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JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS

http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=JFM

 

Journal of Fluid Mechanics is the leading international journal in the field and is essential reading for all those concerned with developments in fluid mechanics. It publishes authoritative articles covering theoretical, computational and experimental investigations of all aspects of the mechanics of fluids. Each issue contains papers on both the fundamental aspects of fluid mechanics, and their applications to other fields such as aeronautics, astrophysics, biology, chemical and mechanical engineering, hydraulics, meteorology, oceanography, geology, acoustics and combustion.

 

Editorial Board

(NB: Editorial specialisms listed here are not intended as restrictive guidelines for potential submissions, rather to illustrate the diversity of material covered. Full Instructions for contributors can be found on the journal’s homepage – http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=JFM)

 

Editors

Professor Stephen H. Davis, Northwestern University, USA

 Professor T. J. Pedley, University of Cambridge, UK, - Biological and medical fluid dynamics; unsteady viscous flow; hydrodynamic stability; active suspensions

 Associate Editors   

Professor D. H. Peregrine, University of Bristol, UK – Free surface flows, especially water waves and coastal hydrodynamics -papers on stratified, irrotational and viscous flows are also considered

Professor Howard A. Stone, Harvard University, USA - Low-Reynolds-number flows, other viscously dominated flows, thin-film flows, microfluidics, swimming micro-organisms, and colloidal hydrodynamics

Professor Katepalli R. Sreenivasan, The Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy – Fluid turbulence - e.g. theory, experiment and simulations of turbulence, and on the interaction of turbulence with other phenomena such as combustion, plasma, particles and polymers

Dr P.A. Davidson, University of Cambridge, UK - Turbulence and MHD

Professor P Steen, Cornell University, USA - Papers in all sub-disciplines of fluid mechanics - especially inter-disciplinary papers

Dr Paul Manneville, Ecole Polytechnique, France – Fast Track contributions in all areas

Dr M. G. Worster, University of Cambridge, UK - Fast Track contributions in all areas

Professor David Hughes, Leeds University, UK - Magnetohydrodynamics (including dynamo theory and MHD turbulence) and Convection

Dr Elisabeth Guazzelli, Polytech Marseille, France – Particulate and granular flows

Professor Charles Meneveau, Johns Hopkins University, USA - Turbulent flow phenomena, turbulence modelling and measurement, and multiscale phenomena in fluid dynamics in general- papers on combustion, environmental flows, and complex engineering flows also considered

Dr Nigel Peake, University of Cambridge, UK – Book Review Editor

Professor P. F. Linden, University of California, San Diego, USA

Professor I. Goldhirsch, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Professor Michael Graham, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Professor A. J. Smits, Princeton University, USA

Professor Norbert Peters, RWTH Aachen, Germany

Dr Patrick Huerre, Ecole Polytechnique, France