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IJFE is the periodical of the Fluid Engineering Institution of the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, founded by Hefei General Machinery Research Institute Co., Ltd. (HGMRI) and supervised by the China National Machinery Industry Corporation. IJFE is also supported by Zhejiang Sci-Tech University in cooperation with AIP Publishing as the publisher. It has been granted as High Starting Point New Journal by China Association for Science and Technology. The journal is Gold Open Access, authors are not responsible for any publication charges and the papers are free for all to read and download.

International Journal of Fluid Engineering (IJFE) publishes various types of fundamental and engineering application-oriented research relating to fluid mechanics. The journal publishes research work of flow problems with fluids as the working medium that plays a central supporting role in major projects, major equipment and strategic products. IJFE provides a platform for researchers and practitioners to publish their work and exchange ideas in this field. Topical coverage includes:


Flow issues in the field of aeronautics and aerospace, including but not limited to:

 

  • Aerodynamic layout of aero engine,
  • Multi-physics flow control and aerodynamic noise control,
  • Cryogenic flow in liquid rocket engine,
  • Turbulent combustion,
  • Hot gas flow and fluid excitation,
  • Vehicle in-orbit refueling and flow characteristics in microgravity environment, etc.
Flow issues in the field of marine engineering, including but not limited to:
  • Hydraulic harvesting in deep sea mining,
  • Solid-liquid transportation,
  • Flow induced failure,
  • Environmental impact and control for deep sea mining
  • Pumping propulsion for underwater vehicles,
  • Cavitation flow,
  • Flow induced vibration,
  • Noise and control, etc.
Flow issues in the field of process industries, including but not limited to:
  • Multiphase flow in oilfield extraction,
  • Water injection, fluid transfer,
  • Mass transfer,
  • Heat transfer and chemical reaction in refining,
  • Petrochemical and coal chemical processes, etc.
Flow issues in the field of cross-discipline, including but not limited to:
  • Flow issues involved in major mechanical equipment and systems such as shields,
  • Air separation equipment,
  • Compressors,
  • Process pumping units and hydroelectric equipment,
  • Gas-solid-liquid three-phase flow issues in coal-fired power plants
  • Exhaust emission control processes containing chemical reactions,
  • Preparation and pipeline transport characteristics of clean energy media (such as LNG and liquid hydrogen)
  • Vibration and noise control of marine mechanical equipment, etc.
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