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Fluid Dynamics Research 

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Fluid Dynamics Research publishes theoretical, numerical and experimental studies that contribute to the fundamental understanding and application of fluid phenomena. It is an invaluable resource for physicists and researchers in engineering interested in problems relevant to the motion of fluids. Featuring invited reviews and original papers on topical subjects by leading researchers in the field, the journal's coverage is broad and will appeal to researchers working in the interdisciplinary field of fluid dynamics.

Fluid Dynamics Research has a new Editor-in-Chief, Professor Yasuhide Fukumoto, who is supported by an international Editorial Board. The journal is published six times per year and has adopted article numbering, enabling papers to be published online immediately, ahead of print publication.

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Fluid Dynamics Research publishes original and creative works in all fields of fluid dynamics. The scope includes theoretical, numerical and experimental studies that contribute to the fundamental understanding and/or application of fluid phenomena.

In addition to regular papers, the journal also publishes review articles commissioned by members of the Editorial board.

Editorial board


Yasuhide Fukumoto
Institute of Mathematics for Industry, Kyushu University,
744 Motooka, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0395, Japan. 
Vortex dynamics, Nonlinear waves


Anne Juel, Manchester Centre for Nonlinear Dynamics and School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Manchester, UK. 
Thin-film flows, wetting, microfluidics, hydrodynamics instabilities, fluid-structure interaction, thermal convection

Martin R Maxey, Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University,
182 George Street, Providence, RI 02912, USA. 
Two-phase flows and suspensions, Turbulent flows

Associate Editors

Peter Haynes, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge,
Wave propagation and breaking, transport and mixing of trace species, and the large-scale fluid dynamics of atmosphere and ocean

Laurent B Mydlarski, Department of Mechanical Engineering, McGill University,
817 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal H3A 0C3 Quebec, Canada.
Turbulence, Mixing, Experimental methods

Koji Nagata, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nagoya University,
Turbulence, heat and mass transfer, flow control

Benoît Pier, Laboratoire de mécanique des fluides et d'acoustique, CNRS-Université de Lyon,
Instabilities, transition, and nonlinear dynamics

Hyung Jin Sung, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,
335 Gwahangno Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, 305-701, Korea.
Turbulence, Micro-fluidics, Flow-structure interaction

Shu Takagi, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Tokyo,
Microbubbles and Nanobubbles, Moving Boundary Problems, Multiphase Flows and Nano-Scale Themo-Fluid Mechanics

Fabian Waleffe, Department of Mathematics and the Department of Engineering Physics, University of Wisconsin–Madison,
Coherent structures, turbulence, nonlinear dynamics

Advisory Board

Kazuo Aoki(Kyoto University)Molecular gas dynamics
Koji Okitani(University of Sheffield, UK)Turbulence, Vortex dynamics
Shigeo Kida(Doshisha University)Turbulence, Instability
Akihiro Sasoh(Nagoya University)Compressible flow, Experiment
Koichi Hishida(Keio University)Flow measurements, Multiphase flow
Mitsuaki Funakoshi(Kyoto University)Waves in fluids, Vortex motion, Chaos of fluid motion
Toshio Miyauchi(Tokyo Institute of Technology)Turbulence, Turbulent combustion
Michio Yamada(Kyoto University)Geophysical flows, Turbulence
Andrew David Gilbert (University of Exeter, UK) Vortex dynamics, Mixing in fluids, Magnetohydrodynamics/dynamo theory
Arne Johansson (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) Turbulence modelling, simulation and control