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International Meeting on Fluid Dynamics & Fluid Mechanics, will be organized around the theme “Enhancing latest trends in the Mechanism of fluid to evolve in the real-world of Fluid Dynamics”
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Fluid Mechanics is the division of physics that studies fluids (liquids, gases, and plasmas) along with the forces on them. It can be divided into fluid statics which studies about the fluids at rest; fluid kinematics which studies about the fluids in motion and fluid dynamics which studies about the effect of forces on fluid motion. It is likewise a part of continuum mechanics, a subject which models matter without utilizing the facts that it is made out of atoms, that is, it demonstrates matter from a plainly visible perspective instead of from an infinitesimal perspective.
- Track 1-1Compressible Flow
- Track 1-2Dimensional Analysis
- Track 1-3Viscous Flow
- Track 1-4Buoyancy
- Track 1-5Laminar & Turblent Flows
- Track 1-6Continuum Hypothesis
- Track 1-7Surface Tension
- Track 1-8Fluid Kinematics & Fluid Statics
Fluid dynamics is a part of fluid mechanics that defines the flow of fluids - liquids and gases. It has several sub disciplines, including aerodynamics which studies about the air and other gases in motion and hydrodynamics which studies about the liquids in motion. It has a different variety of applications which includes calculating forces and moments on aircraft, determining the mass flow rate of petroleum through pipelines, predicting weather patterns and understanding nebulae in interstellar space.
- Track 2-1Stream function
- Track 2-2Fluid Machinery
- Track 2-3Motion of Cylinders
- Track 2-4Gas Dynamics
- Track 2-5Aerofoil Theory
- Track 2-6Vortex Motion
- Track 2-7Bernoulis Theorem & Poiseuilles Law
Hydraulics is disturbed with the realistic applications of fluids, primarily liquids in motion. It is linked to fluid mechanics, which in large part delivers its theoretical foundation. It deals with such matters as the flow of liquids in pipes, rivers, channels and their confinement by dams and tanks. Some of its considerations apply also to gases, usually in cases where the variations in density are moderately small. Thus, the possibility of hydraulics spreads to such mechanical devices as fans, gas turbines and to pneumatic control systems.
- Track 3-1Computational Hydraulics
- Track 3-2Hydraulic Transients
- Track 3-3Hydrostatics
- Track 3-4Hydraulic structures
- Track 3-5Electro & Thermo hydraulics
- Track 3-6Compressor, Actuators & Receiver
- Track 3-7Process Control pneumatics
The study of interaction of air with a solid body moving through it is known as aerodynamics, it has wide range of application like, Aircrafts Designing, automobile, railways etc. As the requirement of powerful automobile engine felt, the Aerodynamic Design came into the play. Ultimately the engineers configured that Wind Resistance significantly hindered their speed, hence focused was shifted on the Aerodynamic aspects of the cars. Engineers and the corporates were mesmerized by the potential of gains, as the aerodynamic design substantially increased the efficiency of the engine.
- Track 4-1Aerodynamic shape optimization
- Track 4-2Numerical modelling of vortex-dominated flows
- Track 4-3Aircraft vortex wakes
- Track 4-4Rotorcraft aerodynamics
- Track 4-5Forces acting on moving flight
- Track 4-6Aerodynamics Designing
CFD is a division of fluid mechanics that uses numerical study and information structures to resolve and evaluate problems that involve fluid flows, are used to perform the calculations essential to pretend the collaboration of liquids and gases with surfaces characterized by limit conditions. Initial investigational authentication of such software is prepared using a wind tunnel with the final authentication coming in full-scale testing, e.g. flight tests.
- Track 5-1Discretization Method
- Track 5-2Continuity Equation
- Track 5-3CFD Technologies & Analysis
- Track 5-4Computational Grids
- Track 5-5FDV Equations
- Track 5-6Numerical Stability
- Track 5-7Numerical Stability
- Track 5-8Convergence
Heat transfer is a modification of thermal engineering that concerns the generation, use, conversion and interchange of thermal energy (heat) among physical systems. It is classified into several mechanisms such as thermal conduction, thermal convection, thermal radiation and transfer of energy by phase changes. Mass transfer is the net measure of mass from one location to another usually meaning stream, phase, fraction or component. It occurs in various procedures such as absorption, evaporation, drying, precipitation, membrane filtration and distillation.
- Track 6-1Heat Transfer in Single phase systems
- Track 6-2Heat Transfer in Multiphase systems
- Track 6-3Heat Exchanger
- Track 6-4Laws of thermodynamics
- Track 6-5Homogeneous chemical reactions
- Track 6-6Convective Heat & Mass transfer
- Track 6-7Mass Transfer in biotechnology
Magneto hydrodynamics (MHD), it is also known as magneto-fluid dynamics or hydro magnetics. It is the study of the magnetic properties and performance of electrically conducting fluids. Plasmas, liquid metals, salt water and electrolytes are some of the examples of such magneto fluids.
- Track 7-1Astrophysical MHD
- Track 7-2Magnetostatic Equilibria
- Track 7-3Plasma physical preliminaries
- Track 7-4MHD Waves & Characteristics
- Track 7-5Computational nonlinear MHD
It may be considered as the modification of biological engineering or biomedical engineering in which the essential ideologies of fluid dynamics are used to enlighten the mechanisms of biological flows and their interrelationships with functional processes, in health & in diseases/disorder. It intervals from cells to organs, covering diverse features of the functionality of systemic physiology, including cardiovascular, respiratory, reproductive, urinary, musculoskeletal and neurological systems etc.
- Track 8-1Conservation Laws
- Track 8-2Cardiovascular fluid dynamics
- Track 8-3Distributed Control Systems
- Track 8-4Humanoid robots, service robots
- Track 8-5Aneurysms
It is a computer model method for studying the physical activities of atoms and molecules. The atoms and molecules are acceptable to cooperate for a fixed period of time, giving a view of the dynamic growth of the system. In the most common type, the paths of atoms and molecules are determined by mathematically solving Newton's equations of motion for a system of interrelating particles, where forces among the particles and their potential energies are frequently considered using interatomic potentials or molecular mechanics force fields.
- Track 9-1Molecular Simulation
- Track 9-2Quantum Methods
- Track 9-3NMR Structures
- Track 9-4Electrostatic Energy
- Track 9-5Statistical Mechanical Foundations
- Track 9-6Monte Carlo Technique
Aerospace is the social strength in science, engineering and business to hang in the atmosphere of Earth (aeronautics) and surrounding space (astronautics). These organizations research, design, manufacture, operate or maintain aircraft or spacecraft. It’s movement is very miscellaneous, with a gathering of commercial, industrial and military applications.
- Track 10-1Aerospace Components
- Track 10-2MEMS Angular rate Sensors
- Track 10-3Aerodynamic Heating
- Track 10-4Heat Exchangers
- Track 10-5Advanced Nanomaterials
- Track 10-6Natural/Synthetic Hybrid Components
Turbine is a device that transforms the energy in a stream of fluid into mechanical energy. The conversion is usually accomplished by transient the fluid through an arrangement of stationary passages or vanes that substitute with passages containing of finlike blades devoted to a rotor. Turbine also converts rotational energy from a fluid that is picked up by a rotor system into usable work or energy.
- Track 11-1Pelton Wheel
- Track 11-2Francis & Kaplan Turbine
- Track 11-3Steam, Water & Radient turbines
- Track 11-4Gas Turbine
- Track 11-5Turboshaft
Microfluidics is the study of precise control and manipulation of fluids that are geometrically constrained to a small, normally sub millimetre, range. It has application in various fields like engineering, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, nanotechnology and biotechnology, from real applications to the plan of systems in which little volumes of fluids are used to attain multiplexing, automation etc . It has appeared in the beginning of the 1980s and is used in the expansion of inkjet print heads, DNA chips, lab-on-a-chip technology, micro-propulsion and micro-thermal technologies.
- Track 12-1Thermal Flow Sensors
- Track 12-2Electrowetting Theory
- Track 12-3Cellular biophysics
- Track 12-4Acoustic Droplet Ejection (ADE)
- Track 12-5Electroosmotic Flows
- Track 12-6Microfluidic Devices
In continuum mechanics, the Newtonian fluid is a fluid in which the viscid pressures arising from its flow, at each point, are linearly comparative to the local strain rate—the rate of change of its distortion over time. A non-Newtonian fluid is a fluid that does not track Newton's law of viscosity. Generally, the viscidness (the gradual deformation by shear or tensile stresses) of non-Newtonian fluids is reliant on shear rate or shear rate history. Approximately non-Newtonian fluids with shear-independent viscosity, display regular stress-differences or other non-Newtonian performance.
- Track 13-1Plasmas in Magnetic fields
- Track 13-2Continuity Equation
- Track 13-3Nucleation
- Track 13-4Bubble Dynamics
- Track 13-5Hydrodynamic Cavitation
- Track 13-6Flow Phenomena
- Track 13-7Material Functions
It is the quantification of majority fluid movement. Flow can be measured in a diversity of ways. Positive-displacement flow meters gather a static volume of fluid and then tally the number of times the volume is occupied to measure flow. Other flow measurement systems rely on forces formed by the flowing stream as it overwhelms a known constriction, to calculate the flow indirectly.
- Track 14-1Pressure Measurement
- Track 14-2Velocity Measurement
- Track 14-3Fibre Optics & Laser Diode Systems
- Track 14-4Vorticity stream function
- Track 14-5Signal to Noise Ratio Effects
- Track 14-6Signal Processors
- Track 14-7Flow Conditioning Devices
It is denoted as k, λ, or κ & it is the property of a material to conduct heat. It is evaluated mainly in terms of Fourier's Law for heat conduction. Heat transfer arises at a lower rate in resources of low thermal conductivity than in resources of high thermal conductivity. Consistently, materials of high thermal conductivity are broadly used in heat sink applications and materials of low thermal conductivity are mainly used as thermal insulation. The temperature of a material depends upon the thermal conductivity. Thermal resistivity is the reciprocal of thermal conductivity.
- Track 15-1Insulation & Modelling
- Track 15-2Conductivity Materials
- Track 15-3Semiconductors & Thermoelectric Materials
- Track 15-4Conductivity of Insulator & Superlattices
- Track 15-5Emerging Materials
- Track 15-6Thermal Properties & Applications
Aeroacoustics is a division of acoustics that studies noise generation by means of either turbulent fluid motion or aerodynamic forces relating with surfaces. Noise generation can also be connected with intermittently varying flows. A prominent example of this phenomenon is the Aeolian tones formed by wind blowing over fixed objects.
- Track 16-1Computational Aero acoustics
- Track 16-2Linear Acoustics
- Track 16-3Radiation, Diffraction & Enclosed Space
- Track 16-4Aeroelasticity of Turbomachines
- Track 16-5Fluid Acoustics
- Track 16-6Aero-acoustic analogies
- Track 16-7Acoustic wave equations
It is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the publication of simple and accurate studies approximately relating to normal fluid systems mainly as agents for the passage and distribution of environmental contamination.
- Track 17-1Environmental Hydraulics & Measurements
- Track 17-2Continnum Mechanics
- Track 17-3Mass, Energy & Momentum Conservation
- Track 17-4Surface Waves
- Track 17-5Hydrstatic Pressure
- Track 17-6Numerical Methods