Experiments in Fluids publishes research papers concerned with the
development of new measuring techniques and with their extension and
improvement, for the measurement of flow properties necessary for the better
understanding of fluid mechanics.
Equally, it publishes research papers concerned with the application of
experimental methods to the solution of problems of aerodynamics, basic fluid
dynamics, combustion, hydromechanics, convective heat transfer, hydrodynamics,
turbo machinery, turbulence, two-phase flows, chemical, biological and
geological flows. Papers which report on analysis of flow problems in
conjunction with experiments are also welcome, and this applies particularly to
contributions where combinations of experimental and advanced numerical
techniques allow new information of flow characteristics.
Shorter communications offer an opportunity for rapid publication and should not
exceed the page equivalent of 1500 words.