Volume 12, February 2020
This issue of the International Journal of CFD Case Studies consists of six outstanding case studies across a wide range of application areas and utilising different simulation methodologies, including an investigation of pressure fluctuations in railway tunnels, fluid-structure interaction of a tidal device and the application of Lattice-Boltzmann to engine performance.
Javier Rodríguez1, Luis Lacoma1 and Joaquín Martí1
Dr. Leonid Gurov1, Dr. Andrey Ivanov1
Daniel Hung1, Anthony Mosquera1
Dr. D. de Rosa1, Dr. R. S. Donelli1, D. G. Romano2
F. Campos1, Dr. E. de Villiers1, S. Cammelli2
Zaki Abiza1, David Holman1, David Taieb2, Marine Robin2
Each of these case studies has been reviewed by members of the CFD working group to ensure that the paper includes:
Any Journal is only as good as the papers it publishes, so the Journal needs contributors who see the importance and benefit of having their work published and used by fellow engineers. Engineers are by nature supportive of colleagues, and authoring a case study paper for the Journal gives senior engineers an opportunity to pass on their hard won knowledge and experience, and in some sense “set the standard” of practice in the field. The Journal publishes CFD case study papers, i.e. investigations, simulations and validation exercises in accordance with CFD best practice guidelines. Original papers covering either traditional CFD, multi-phase flows, combustion and topics such as parallel computing, immersed boundary methods, DNS, LES, FSI, LBM, DEM, etc. are welcomed, book reviews and letters to the Editor are also acceptable.
Potential contributors are welcome to contact the editor, Professor Don McGlinchey at email@example.com to discuss any aspect of the Journal and the process, from authoring to review to publication. Further details are available here.
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