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Recent Advances in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences II

Submission Deadline: 31 March 2023 Submit to Special Issue

Guest Editors

Dr. Jingying Wang, Shandong University, China

Summary

The independent or coupled processes of fluid flow and heat transfer commonly occur in many science and engineering problems, such as blood circulation, weather forecast, combustion, material processing, heat exchanger and aerodynamic heating, etc. This special issue aims to highlight recent advances in fluid mechanics and thermal sciences (RAFT), and theoretical, numerical and experimental research on any science and engineering problems are all welcome. This issue will be coordinated by an excellent EI journal, Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing (FDMP). Original and review articles on RAFT are both encouraged, including but not limited to the following potential topics:

(1) Hydrodynamics and aerodynamics;

(2) Energy and power engineering;

(3) Marine engineering;

(4) Building environment;

(5) Pollution control;

(6) Chemistry and chemical engineering;

(7) Biofluid and bioheat;

(8) Advanced manufacture.


Keywords

Hydrodynamics, Aerodynamics, Thermal Engineering, Marine Engineering, Building Environment, Pollution Control, Chemical Engineering, Biofluid, Advanced Manufacture

Published Papers


  • Open Access

    ARTICLE

    Influence of Urea Uneven Injection on the Performances of a Diesel Engine

    Chang Huang, Shuzhan Bai, Guoxiang Li, Ke Sun
    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.19, No.1, pp. 83-93, 2023, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2022.021662
    (This article belongs to this Special Issue: Recent Advances in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences II)
    Abstract The influence of heterogeneous flow injection of urea at different velocities and temperatures on NOx conversion efficiency, ammonia storage and ammonia leakage is investigated experimentally. A diesel engine employing a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology is considered. It is found that for a fixed injection velocity, the degree of ammonia leakage changes depending on the temperature. The higher the temperature, the faster the catalytic reduction reaction and the smaller the degree of ammonia leakage. The temperature has a great influence on the catalytic reduction reaction rate. At an injection velocity of 10000/h, the average reaction rate at 420 C is… More >

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