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Recent Advances in Computational Fluid Dynamics

Submission Deadline: 31 March 2025 Submit to Special Issue

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Dr. Xi Deng, Imperial College London, UK.
Dr. Xi Deng is working as a research scientist at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London. He received his PhD degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2018. From 2018 to 2019, he was a postdoctoral researcher at Aix-Marseille University. From 2019 to 2021, he worked as a research associate at the Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College London. After that, he joined the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge for two-year postdoctoral research. His research interests are centered around computational fluid dynamics.

Prof. Zhenhua Jiang, Beihang University, China.
Dr. Zhenhua Jiang works as an Associate Professor in the College of Aeronautics Science and Engineering at Beihang University. He receives his doctoral degree in the College of Aeronautics Science and Engineering at Beihang University in 2015. He has visited Tokyo Institute of Technology as a visiting scholar in 2018. His research interests include computational fluid dynamics, hypersonic aerodynamics, high order method and compressible turbulence. He serves as the Youth Editorial Board for Aerodynamic Research & Experiment and Aerospace Technology. He has published more than forty papers and hosted more than ten research projects.


Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is an important tool for academic research and industrial applications and is extensively used in various fields such as aerospace engineering, materials science, mechanical and chemical engineering, just to cite a few. With recent advances in computer science and technology, CFD methods are now enjoying a widespread use due to their significant advantages over theoretical methods and direct experimentation. Further progresses, however, are needed for the development and application of new multi-fidelity CFD approaches able to cope with multi-scale and multi-physics problems.


This Special Issue invites the submission of research and review papers that address the development of multi-fidelity CFD approaches and their application in industry. Topics of interest for this Special Issue essentially relate to the following areas:


· Numerical methods in CFD;

· Multiphase flow simulation;

· Reacting flow modelling;

· Fluid-structure interactions;

· Application of CFD in materials sciences.


Computational fluid dynamics, numerical methods, multiphase flows, fluid-structure interaction, materials science

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