Journal of Fluids Engineering

Newest Issue: (March 2016, Volume 138, Issue 3)
Discussion | September 1980
Editorial | September 1993
Christopher J. Freitas
   doi: 10.1115/1.2910144
Research Paper | April 2011
TECHNICAL PAPERS | September 2003
Michael P. Schultz and Karen A. Flack
   doi: 10.1115/1.1598992
AMR Podcast
October 01, 2015
Applied Mechanics Reviews Audio Interview: Prof. Gábor Stépán
43 minutes, 23 seconds

Prof. Gábor Stépán is the 2015 recipient of the ASME Thomas K. Caughey Dynamics Award in recognition of his seminal contributions to the analysis of stability of delay-differential equations with application to machine-tool vibrations, robot dynamics and control, wheel shimmy, and human balancing. This AMR audio interview depicts a research and educational career grounded in a love for applied mathematics and a desire for industrial relevance. It tells of his experiences with mainstreaming the counterintuitive effects of time delay, navigating a developing historical and geopolitical context at the conclusion of the cold war, and inspiring new generations of engineers to integrate practice and theory.

About This Journal

The Journal disseminates technical information in fluid mechanics of interest to researchers and designers in mechanical engineering, and other engineering disciplines . The majority of papers present original analytical, numerical or experimental results and physical interpretation of lasting scientific value. Other papers are devoted to the review of recent contributions to a topic, or the description of the methodology and/or the physical significance of an area that has recently matured.

Editor: Malcolm J. Andrews,
Los Alamos National Laboratory
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History: The Journal of Fluids Engineering was originally published as the Journal of Basic Engineering (ISSN: 0021-9223; CODEN: JBAEAI) from 1959-1972.
Impact Factor (5 yr):1.121

2014 Journal Citation Reports ® by Thomson Reuters, 2015

Multiphase flows, pumps, aerodynamics, boundary layers, bubbly flows, cavitation, compressible flows, convective heat/mass transfer as it is affected by fluid flow, duct and pipe flows, free shear layers, flows in biological systems, fluid-structure interaction, fluid transients and wave motion, jets, naval hydrodynamics, sprays, stability and transition, turbulence, wakes, microfluidics, and other fundamental/applied fluid mechanical phenomena and processes. In addition, contributions to the Journal emphasize investigative techniques, analytical methods, computational fluid mechanics, and experimental methods such as Laser-Doppler-Velocimetry, hot film and hot wire anemometry, Particle-Imager-Velocimetry, and other innovative advances as they appear.
ISSN: 0098-2202
eISSN: 1528-901X

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