Journal of Fluids Engineering
Purpose and Scope:
Aerodynamics; Boundary layers; Bubbly flows; Cavitation; Compressible flows; Convective heat/mass transfer as affected by fluid flow; Duct and pipe flows; Free shear layers; Flows in biological systems; Fluid-structure interaction; Fluid transients and wave motion; Jets; Microfluidics; Multiphase flows; Naval hydrodynamics; Pumps; Sprays; Stability and transition; Turbines; Turbulence; Wakes; Other fundamental/applied fluid mechanical phenomena and processes.
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