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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):1.168

2013 Journal Citation Reports® by Thomson Reuters, 2014

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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