AAFM - Advances and Applications in Fluid MechanicsThe Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics is a peer reviewed journal which publishes original research papers based on theoretical, computational or experimental investigations devoted to any aspect of fluid mechanics. Broadly, topics such as flow of compressible and incompressible fluid, hydrodynamics, hydrotechnology, boundary layer flow, lubrication, turbulence, flow in porous media, and multiphase flow are some covered by the journal. Work in fluid mechanics based on mathematical modelling, numerical methods or simulation are promoted. Articles dealing with applications of fluid mechanics in civil engineering, geosciences, biological sciences and aerodynamics are highly encouraged. Survey articles covering findings in certain direction capable to create an avenue for further investigation are welcome.
The AAFM is published in four issues per volume annually appearing in January, April, July and October.
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Recurrence :The Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics is distributed in 2 volumes yearly and every volume includes two issues showing up in January, April, July and October.
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