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13.07.2017 | Original Article

Effects of deformability of RBCs on their dynamics and blood flow passing through a stenosed microvessel: an immersed boundary-lattice Boltzmann approach

In this paper, the motion of high deformable (healthy) and low deformable (sick) red blood cells in a microvessel with and without stenosis is simulated using a combined lattice Boltzmann-immersed boundary method. The RBC is considered as …

28.06.2017 | Original Article

Effect of viscosity ratio on the motion of drops flowing on an inclined surface

The flow of two-dimensional drops on an inclined channel is studied by numerical simulations at finite Reynolds numbers. The effect of viscosity ratio on the behaviour of the two-phase medium is examined. The flow is driven by the acceleration due …

26.06.2017 | Brief Report

Iterative control of Görtler vortices via local wall deformations

Görtler vortices develop along concave walls as a result of the imbalance between the centrifugal force and radial pressure gradient. In this study, we introduce a simple control strategy aimed at reducing the growth rate of Görtler vortices by …

08.06.2017 | Original Article

Diffusional growth of cloud particles: existence and uniqueness of solutions

Diffusional growth of cloud particles is commonly described by a coupled system of parabolic equations and ordinary differential equations. The Dirichlet boundary condition for the parabolic equation is obtained from the solution of the ordinary …

06.06.2017 | Original Article

CFD study on rise and deformation characteristics of buoyancy-driven spheroid bubbles in stagnant Carreau model non-Newtonian fluids

The bubbles are almost ubiquitous in many chemical and processing industries; and many of the polymeric solutions obey non-Newtonian rheological characteristics. Therefore, in this work the rise and deformation characteristics of spheroid bubbles …

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Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics provides a forum for the cross-fertilization of ideas, tools and techniques across all disciplines in which fluid flow plays a role, such as: aeronautical sciences, geophysical and environmental sciences, life sciences and materials sciences.

Of particular interest are papers that unravel complex flow physics through combined computational and experimental efforts or through a fundamental theoretical analysis that complements computational work.

The journal publishes scholarly research papers, invited review articles, brief communications, letters and comments on previously published papers. It addresses scientists, engineers and applied mathematicians working in all fields concerned with fundamental aspects of fluid flow.

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