Webinar on

Fluid Dynamics & Fluid Mechanics

April 22, 2021


Theme: Latest Research & Developments of Fluid Mechanics

Webinar on Fluid Dynamics and Fluid Mechanics scheduled on April 22, 2021. Fluid Dynamics & Mechanics research aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Fluid Dynamics & Mechanics research. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Fluid Dynamics & Mechanics research.


Track 1: Fluid Dynamics & Fluid Mechanics

The study of motion of liquid, gases and plasmas are known as Fluid Dynamics, the various intrinsic properties of the matter like compressibility, viscosity and density decides the flow characteristics, example, air flowing across the aeroplane wing, liquid flowing through pipe etc. thus the study of the subject provides us the better design, predictability, efficiency, and control of systems that involve fluids. The subject has its influence on various fields like Manufacturing innovations, Aerodynamics Design sensor development and Automobile Designing.

Track 2: Applied Science

Fluid mechanics is that the branch of physics involved with the mechanics of fluids (liquids, gases, and plasmas) and also the forces on them. Fluid mechanics incorporates a big selection of applications, together with applied science, engineering science, chemical engineering, medical specialty engineering, geophysics, astronomy, and biology. Fluid mechanics may be divided into fluid statics, the study of fluids at rest; and fluid dynamics, the study of the result of forces on fluid motion. It’s a branch of time mechanics, a subject matter that models matter while not exploitation the knowledge that it’s created out of atoms

Track 3: The Scope and Scale of Physics

The stars and planets that make up the Whirlpool Galaxy might seem to be the furthest thing from most people’s everyday lives, but the Whirlpool is a great starting point to think about the forces that hold the universe together. The gravity that causes the stars of the Whirlpool Galaxy to rotate and revolve is thought to be the same as what causes water to flow over hydroelectric dams here on Earth. Physics is devoted to the understanding of all natural phenomena. In physics, we try to understand physical phenomena at all scales—from the world of subatomic particles to the entire universe.

Track 4: Geophysical Fluid Dynamics

Large scale flow phenomenon on earth and earth planets comes under the examination of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics it is also applied to the motion of fluids in the ocean and outer core. Few example of circulation of large flows are:

  • Atmospheric Circulation
  • Ocean current
  • Ocean dynamics
  • It helps to understand the changing weather pattern, and various other aspect of nature.

Track 5: Recent Advance of Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery

Compared with other Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) techniques like gas flooding, chemical flooding, and thermal production, the prominent advantages of microbial enhanced oil recovery (MEOR) include environment-friendliness and lowest cost. Compared with other enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques like gas flooding, chemical flooding, and thermal production, the prominent advantages of microbial enhanced oil recovery (MEOR) include environment-friendliness and lowest cost. Oil and gas remain the main primary energies in the world. Enhanced oil recovery involves how to recover as most original oil in place (OOIP) as possible economically. According to the development stage, it can be divided into primary recovery (natural energy development), secondary recovery (water injection or gas injection to main reservoir pressure), and tertiary recovery [1]. Tertiary recovery is also known as enhanced oil recovery (EOR), which includes polymer flooding, surfactant flooding, gas flooding, thermal production, and microbial enhanced oil recovery (MEOR). The EOR process has two basic features: (a) effectiveness of recovery of more oil and (b) relatively low cost.

Track 6: Aerodynamics & Aero Acoustics

Aerodynamics is a branch of elements concerned with studying on the movement of air, especially when it interfaces with a solid object, for example a plane wing. Dynamics is a sub-field of liquid dynamics and gas dynamics, and numerous parts of air dynamics hypothesis are regular to these fields. The term "aerodynamics" is regularly utilized synonymously with gas motion, with the distinction being that "gas elements" applies to the investigation of the movement of all gases, not limited to air When objects move through air, forces are generated by the relative motion between air and surfaces of the body, study of these forces generated by air is called aerodynamics. Aero acoustics of high speed jets has become an important area of research in the last decade to address issues in aircraft certification, community and cabin interior noise and launch vehicle acoustic loads etc.

Track 7: Bio Fluid Mechanics & Hydro Dynamics -Hydro Statics

Bio fluid mechanics is the study of a certain class of biological problems from the viewpoint of fluid mechanics. Though bio fluid mechanics does not involve any new development of the general principles of fluid mechanics, it does involve some new applications of its methods. Complex movements of fluids in the biological system demand for an analysis achievable only with professional fluid mechanics skills, and this volume aims to equip readers with the knowledge needed.it plays an important role in understanding the Cardiovascular system, as it is important to understand the forces involved in Movement of Blood cells, as well as the interaction between blood cells and the vessel wall. Fundamental Fluid Mechanics, which is important for the understanding of the blood flow in the cardiovascular circulatory system of the human body. Understanding marine hydrodynamics can help us to design better ocean vessels and to understand physical ocean processes. Studying marine hydrodynamics provides a greater understanding of a wide range of phenomena of considerable complexity involving fluids. In a fluid at rest, all frictional and inertial stresses vanish and the state of stress of the system is called hydrostatic. The hydrostatic pressure can be determined from a control volume analysis of an infinitesimally small cube of fluid

Track 8: Earth Science –Geophysics

The Journal focuses upon publishing various aspects under the scope of Physical Geography, Geomorphology, Soil Study, Hydrology, Meteorology, Climatology, Biogeography, Geology, Mineralogy and Petrology, Geochemistry, Paleontology, Stratigraphy, Structural Geology, Geology Engineering, Sedimentology, Geophysics and Geodesy, Seismic Activity, Crustal Geology, Edaphology and Pedology, Ecology, Oceanography and Limnology, Glaciology, Atmospheric Sciences, Atmospheric Chemistry, Atmospheric Physics, Gravity, Heat Flow, Vibrations, Electricity, Electromagnetic Waves, Magnetism, Radioactivity, Fluid Dynamics, Mineral Physics, Regions of the Earth, Size and form of the Earth, Structure of the Interior, Magnetosphere, Space Probes, etc.

Track 9: Ocean Engineering –Hydrodynamics

Understanding marine Hydrodynamics can help us to design better ocean vessels and to understand physical ocean processes. Studying marine hydrodynamics provides a greater understanding of a wide range of phenomena of considerable complexity involving fluids. In a fluid at rest, all frictional and inertial stresses vanish and the state of stress of the system is called hydrostatic. The hydrostatic pressure can be determined from a control volume analysis of an infinitesimally small cube of fluid.

Track 10: Meteorology & Zoology

Meteorology is the study of the Earth's atmosphere and the variations in temperature and moisture patterns that produce different weather conditions. Some of the major subjects of study are such phenomena as precipitation (rain and snow), thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes and typhoons.

Track 11: Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering

Aeronautical Engineering is a field of Aerospace Engineering. Some of the institutes also offer this course as a specialisation of aerospace engineering at postgraduate level. This field of engineering comprises the study of designing and building aircraft such as airplanes and helicopters. Mechanical engineering is the study, design, development, construction, and testing of mechanical and thermal sensors and devices, including tools, engines, and machines. ... Mechanical engineers work mostly in engineering services, research and development, and manufacturing. Chemical engineering is a certain type of engineering which deals with the study of operation and design of chemical plants as well as methods of improving production. Chemical engineers develop economical commercial processes to convert raw material into useful products.

Track 12: Physics -Classical Mechanics

Physics is the branch of science that deals with the structure of matter and how the fundamental constituents of the universe interact. It studies objects ranging from the very small using quantum mechanics to the entire universe using general relativity.Classical mechanics was traditionally divided into three main branches: Statics, the study of equilibrium and its relation to forces. Dynamics, the study of motion and its relation to forces. Kinematics, dealing with the implications of observed motions without regard for circumstances causing them.

Track 13: Thermodynamics

The term is a combination of "thermo", referring to heat, and "fluids", which refers to liquids, gases and vapours. Temperature, pressure, equations of state, and transport laws all play an important role in thermo fluid problems. Phase transition and chemical reactions may also be important in a thermo fluid context. The subject is sometimes also referred to as "Thermal Fluids". A Thermo fluid is the combined study of heat transfer, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, and combustion. The applications of Thermo fluids range from efficient engine design to heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC). Engineers in the field of thermo fluids will find themselves well prepared for almost any challenge in a variety of industries.

Track 14: Rotational & Irrotational

Rotational flow is when the particles of fluids are all rotating about their own axis in addition to their other movement. Irrotational flow is when the individual particles are not rotating around their axis.

Track 15:  Fluid Phenomena & Balanced flow

In atmospheric science Fluid_phenomena flow is an idealisation of atmospheric motion. The idealisation consists in considering the behaviour of one isolated parcel of air having constant density, its motion on a horizontal plane subject to selected forces acting on it and, finally, steady-state conditions. Balanced flow is often an accurate approximation of the actual flow, and is useful in improving the qualitative understanding and interpretation of atmospheric motion. In particular, the balanced-flow speeds can be used as estimates of the wind speed for particular arrangements of the atmospheric pressure on Earth's surface.

Track 16: Physics- Solid, Liquids & Gases

A fluid is composed of atoms and molecules. Depending on the phase of the fluid, the distance between the molecules shows orders of magnitude difference, being the largest in the gas phase and shortest in the liquid phase. As the distance between the molecules or the mean free path of the flowing medium approaches to the characteristic size of the flow device, the flow cannot be treated as continuum. In a solid, molecules form a regular lattice and oscillate around an equilibrium point. At this state, there is a strong attraction between the molecules and kinetic energy of the molecules cannot overcome this force in this phase of the matter. When enough energy is given to the molecules, e.g. by heating it, the matter melts and consequently becomes a liquid. The molecules gain kinetic energy as a result of added heat and start to move around in an irregular pattern. However, the density of liquids and solids, in other words the mean molecular distances at these two phases do not differ much from each other. When the liquid vaporizes and turns into the gas phase, the density drastically drops as the molecules starts to move freely between the intermolecular collisions.


  • Fluid Dynamics & Fluid Mechanics
  • Applied Science
  • The Scope and Scale of Physics
  • Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
  • Recent Advance of Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery
  • Aerodynamics & Aero Acoustics
  • Bio fluid mechanics & Hydro dynamics -Hydro statics
  • Earth Science-Geophysics
  • Ocean Engineering-Hydrodynamics
  • Meteorology & Zoology
  • Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering
  • Physics -Classical Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Rotational & Irrotational
  • Fluid phenomena & balanced flow
  • Physics- Solid, Liquids & Gases