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High-pressure Fluid Dynamics

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Assoc. Prof. Zhou Chaohui, Changzhou University, CHINA.
Dr. Ni Zhijiang, Changzhou University, CHINA.


High-pressure fluid dynamics is an important scientific discipline, which focuses on fluid flow patterns in high-pressure pipelines, covering theory, experiment, numerical simulation and other research. Since its establishment, it has found a wide range of applications in the development of high-pressure pipeline hydrodynamics, such as aviation, astrophysics, biology, chemical and mechanical engineering, hydraulics, meteorology, oceanography, geology, acoustics and combustion. At the same time, high pressure fluid dynamics has made significant progress in the research of hydraulic system, engine injection, injector injection, microtubule reaction and other scientific and technological issues. However, the subject faces new challenges in the fields of non-Newtonian, non-isothermal, nonlinear media, multi-scale, combustion, porous media flow, particle loading flow, multi-field flow theory and its coupling effects.

Suggested topics related to this special issue include, but are not limited to:

• Power machinery spray combustion theory and technology;

• Numerical simulation and experimental test of cavitating two-phase flow;

• Thermal fluid theory and technology in energy utilization;

• Alternative fuel engine technology;

• Aerodynamic drag of train;

• Aerodynamic characteristics of train due to cross-winds;

• Aerodynamic force due to passing-by of two trains;

• Winds induced by train;

• Pressure variations in tunnels;

• Micro-pressure waves radiating from tunnelexit;

• Ventilation and heat transfer in underground station and tunnel;

• Aerodynamic noise.


Cooling Approach, Heat and Mass Transfer, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Energy Storage, Nanofluid, Renewable Energy

Published Papers

  • Open Access


    A New Distribution Method for Wet Steam Injection Optimization

    Jingjing Gao, Xingkai Zhang
    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.20, No.1, pp. 109-127, 2024, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2023.030106
    (This article belongs to this Special Issue: High-pressure Fluid Dynamics)
    Abstract A new approach and a new related distribution system are proposed to address the issue of uneven steam injection caused by the different suction capacities of the used wells during the application of steam “stimulation” methods for enhanced oil recovery. The new distribution system consists of a swirler, spiral dividing baffles, and critical flow nozzles. Numerical simulations are used to analyze the flow-field and degree of steam homogeneity obtained with such an approach. The results indicate that a higher inlet pressure leads to better results. Additionally, the internal flow field becomes more stable, and the deviation from an even distribution… More >

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