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June 22, 2021 at 03:30 AM GMT  
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We welcome all the enthusiastic researchers from all around the world to join us for the “Webinar on Experimental Fluid Science and Flow Science” scheduled on June 22, 2021. The main theme focused on “Latest Research on Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science".

Fluid Mechanics 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 Mechanics. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and Prospective authors are kindly encouraged to contribute to and help shape the conference through submissions of their research abstracts, papers and e-posters. Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Fluid Mechanics are cordially invited for presentation at the Webinar.In physics and engineering, fluid dynamics is a sub discipline of fluid mechanics that describes the flow of fluids—liquids and gases. It has several sub disciplines, including aerodynamics and hydrodynamics.

 

Track 1: Acoustics of Noise Propagation, Meteorology & Zoology

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. Molecules at higher temperatures have more energy, thus they can vibrate faster. Since the molecules vibrate faster, sound waves can travel more quickly. The speed of sound in room temperature air is 346 meters per second. ... The speed of sound is also affected by other factors such as humidity and air pressure. 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. Meteorological phenomena are observable weather events that are explained by the science of meteorology. Meteorological phenomena are described and quantified by the variables of Earth's atmosphere: temperature, air pressure, water vapour, mass flow, and the variations and interactions of those variables, and how they change over time. Different spatial scales are used to describe and predict weather on local, regional, and global levels.

Track 2: Pumping and Fluid Transportation

The Rotodynamic pump transfers rotating mechanical energy into kinetic energy in the form of fluid velocity and pressure. The Centrifugal and Liquid Ring pumps are types of rotodynamic pump, which utilise centrifugal force to transfer the fluid being pumped. A pump produces liquid movement or flow: it does not generate pressure. It produces the flow necessary for the development of pressure which is a function of resistance to fluid flow in the system. For example, the pressure of the fluid at the pump outlet is zero for a pump not connected to a system

Track 3: Aerodynamic Shape Optimization

Aerodynamic shape optimization, or aerodynamic design optimization consists in maximizing the performance of a given body by changing its shape. 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.

Track 4: Nanotechnology Applications in Fluids and Heat Transfer

Thermo physical properties of the nanofluids are quite essential to predict their heat transfer behavior. It is extremely important in the control for the industrial and energy saving perspectives. There is great industrial interest in nanofluids. Nanoparticles have great potential to improve the thermal transport properties compared to conventional particles fluids suspension, millimetre and micrometer sized particles. In the last decade, nanofluids have gained significant attention due to its enhanced thermal properties. The transport properties of nanofluid: dynamic thermal conductivity and viscosity are not only dependent on volume fraction of nanoparticle, also highly dependent on other parameters such as particle shape, size, mixture combinations and slip mechanisms, surfactant, etc. Studies showed that the thermal conductivity as well as viscosity both increases by use of nanofluid compared to base fluid. So far, various theoretical and experimental studies have been conducted and various correlations have been proposed for thermal conductivity and dynamic viscosity of nanofluids. However, no general correlations have been established due to lack of common understanding on mechanism of nanofluid.

Track 5: Environmental Fluid Dynamics & Hydro Electromagnetic Flow

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. Hydrodynamics is the study of the magnetic properties and behaviour of electrically conducting fluids. Examples of such magneto fluids include plasmas, liquid metals, salt water, and electrolytes. The word "magneto hydrodynamics" is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and dynamics meaning movement. 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.

 

The global computational fluid dynamics (CFD) market reached a value of US$ 1,930 Million in 2020. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD), is a scientific method of numerically analysing fluid flow, heat transfer and other related phenomena. It utilizes applied mathematics, physics and computational software to visualize the effect of a gas or liquid on the object it flows past. CFD is a cost-effective method of testing product prototypes before their launch. Since its introduction in the 1980s, it has witnessed a range of developments which have enabled it to be used in different fields such as modelling and design, and research and development.

The fluid loss additives market size is projected to reach USD 376 million by 2024 from USD 315 million in 2019, at a CAGR of 3.6%. Increasing shale gas exploration and crude oil production are the major factors driving the growth of the fluid loss additives market. Technological developments have enabled exploration activities to be carried out for sources other than oil, such as shale gas, coal bed methane, and unconventional resources. At present, the growth of the market can be attributed to rapid advancements in the aerospace and aeronautics industries. In these sectors, CFD is applied in the maintenance of numerous critical systems and components of an aircraft. For instance, it is used for optimizing engine cooling and fuel delivery systems. CFD can also predict the performance of new processes and designs before their production and implementation. Owing to this, it has become an integral part of the engineering analysis and design environment in several organizations. Looking forward, the publisher expects the global computational fluid dynamics (CFD) market to exhibit moderate growth during the next five years. This computational fluid dynamics market research report provides valuable insights on the post COVID-19 impact on the market, which will help companies evaluate their business approaches. Furthermore, this report extensively covers market segmentation by end-user (aerospace and defence, automotive, electrical and electronics, and others) and geography (Europe, North America, APAC, South America, and MEA). The computational fluid dynamics market report also offers information on several market vendors, including Altair Engineering Inc., ANSYS Inc., Autodesk Inc., COMSOL AB, Convergent Science Inc., Assault Systems SE, ESI Group, Hexagon AB, PTC Inc., and Siemens AG among others.

 

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