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Volume 36,
Issue 5,
May 2024

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Physics of Fluids features intriguing original theoretical, computational, and experimental publications to deepen our understanding of the dynamics of gases, liquids, or complex fluids.

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Alexey A. Morozov, Irina A. Graur et al.
Tools for modeling phase change processes in confined spaces are necessary to estimate heat and mass fluxes impacted by micro-level effects. We develop and validate numerical models for the ...
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Xuepu Yan (闫雪璞), Rushi Liu (刘如石) et al.
In this paper, the effect of the water entry angle on the sequential water entry process of two projectiles was investigated numerically. A numerical method is established based on the STAR-CCM+ ...
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Biaojun Zhou (周标军), Zijie Zhao (赵子杰) et al.
The high-speed projectile moving near the sea level will significantly suffer from the effects of waves. The water entry and exit of a high-speed projectile crossing a wave are investigated by ...
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Martin F. Diaz, Michael L. Waite
Predictability of geophysical fluid dynamics at various scales remains a crucial challenge for accurate weather and climate forecasting. Following the pioneering framework established by Lorenz, ...
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Laurent Nottale, Thierry Lehner
We apply the scale-relativity theory of turbulence to the turbulent boundary layer problem. On the basis of Kolmogorov's scaling, the time derivative of the Navier–Stokes equations can be integrated ...
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Jieming Wang (王洁明), Hu Wang (王浒) et al.
Liquid ammonia is a promising clean fuel, but it has a greater tendency to flash-boil than conventional fuels. This study confirms the reliability of utilizing the Eulerian framework and homogeneous ...
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