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Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics

Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics

Editor-in-Chief: T. Colonius

ISSN: 0935-4964 (print version)
ISSN: 1432-2250 (electronic version)

Journal no. 162

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Editor-in-Chief

T. Colonius
Division of Engineering and Applied Science
California Institute of Technology
Mail Code 104-44
Pasadena, CA 91125, USA
e-mail: colonius@caltech.edu

Founding Editor-in-Chief

M.Y. Hussaini
e-mail: yousuff@fsu.edu

Associate Editors

S. Balachandar
William F. Powers Professor
University of Florida
College of Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Gainesville, FL 32611-6250, USA
e-mail: bala1s@ufl.edu

Multiphase flows, modeling and simulation of environmental multiphase flows, compressible particle-laden flows

D. J. Bodony
Blue Waters Associate Professor
Department of Aerospace Engineering
306 Talbot Labs, 104 S. Wright St.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Urbana, IL 61801, USA
e-mail: bodony@illinois.edu

Compressible flow and aeroacoustics

W. Dewar
The Pierre Welander Professor of Oceanography
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306, USA
e-mail: dewar@ocean.fsu.edu

Geophysical Fluid dynamics
Analytical and numerical approaches to problems in physical oceanography and climate

P. Duck
School of Mathematics
University of Manchester
Alan Turing Building
Oxford Rd
Manchester M13 9PL, UK
e-mail: Peter.Duck@manchester.ac.uk

Asymptotic methods, boundary-layer flows, separated flows, linear and nonlinear instabilities

J. D. Eldredge
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of California at Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA
e-mail: eldredge@seas.ucla.edu

Biological Fluid Dynamics, Fluid-structure Interaction, Vortex Dynamics and Vorticity-based Computational Methods

H.J.S. Fernando
Wayne and Diana Murdy Professor
Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences
Concurrent: Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556
e-mail: Harindra.J.Fernando.10@nd.edu

Environmental fluid dynamics

P. Jenny
ETH Zürich
Institute of Fluid Dynamics
Sonneggstrasse 3
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
e-mail: jenny@ifd.mavt.ethz.ch

Modeling of Turbulent Combustion and Modeling of Multi-phase Flow in porous Media

R. Klein
FB Mathematik & Informatik, FU-Berlin
am Konrad Zuse Zentrum für Informatik
Takustr. 7, 14195 Berlin, Germany
e-mail: rupert.klein@math.fu-berlin.de

Geophysical Fluid Mechanics, Combustion, Asymptotics and related numerical Methods

O. Knio
Johns Hopkins University
Department of Mechanical Engineering
223 Latrobe Hall 3400
North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218-2682, USA
e-mail: omar.knio@kaust.edu.sa

Uncertainty Quantification; Multiscale Fluid Dynamics; DNS of Reacting Flows

D.A. Kopriva
Department of Mathematics
The Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4120
USA
e-mail: kopriva@math.fsu.edu

Applied Mathematics, Numerical Methods for PDEs, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Spectral Methods

M.R. Malik
Senior Scientist
Computational Aero-Sciences Branch
Research and Technology Directorate
NASA Langley Research Center 128
Hampton, VA 23681, USA
e-mail:Mujeeb.r.malik@nasa.gov

Computational Fluid Dynamics, Supersonic/Hypersonic Transition Physics and Simulations, 3D Boundary-Layer Transition, Laminar Flow Control

T. Phillips
Cardiff School of Mathematics
School of Mathematics
Cardiff University
Senghennydd Road
Cardiff, Wales, CF24 4AG, UK
email: PhillipsTN@cardiff.ac.uk

Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, Multiphase Flows, High-order Methods for CFD

S. Pirozzoli
Sapienza University of Rome
Department of Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Piazzale Aldo Moro 5
00185 Rome, Italy
email: sergio.pirozzoli@uniroma1.it

Wall turbulence, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Compressible flow

S. Sarkar
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
0411 9500 Gilman Drive
University of California at San Diego
La Jolla, CA 92093-0411, USA
e-mail: ssarkar@ucsd.edu

Turbulence Simulation and Modeling, Environmental Flows

Ph. Spalart
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
PO Box 3707
Seattle, WA 98124, USA
e-mail: philippe.r.spalart@boeing.com

Turbulence Modeling and Simulations

V. Theofilis
Chair in Aerospace Engineering
School of Engineering, University of Liverpool
The Quadrangle, Brownlow Hill, L69 3GH, UK
e-mail: V.Theofilis@liverpool.ac.uk

Prediction and control of linear instabilities of flows in complex geometries at all speeds

O. V. Vasilyev
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
3 Nobel str., Nemchinovka
Skolkovo Innovation Center
Moskow Region
Russia 143026
e-mail: O.Vasilyev@skoltech.ru

Multi-resolution and Wavelet-based Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics; multi-scale Analysis, Modeling and Computation; large eddy Simulations of Turbulent Flows

O. Zikanov
1320 EC
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Michigan - Dearborn
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128-1491, USA
e-mail: Zikanov@umd.umich.edu

Magnettohydrodynamics, Hydrodynamics of Electromagnetic Processing Materials, Simulation and Modeling of Turbulence, and Transition of Turbulence in shear Flows

Advisory Board

J.O. Dabiri, Pasadena, CA, USA
G. Fox, Bloomington, IN, USA
S. Girimaji, College Station, TX, USA
R. Grimshaw, Loughborough, UK
D.D. Holm, London, UK
D.W. Hughes, Leeds, UK
J. Hunt, London, UK
C. Meneveau, Baltimore, MY, USA
R.D. Moser, Urbana, IL, USA
Y. Nagano, Nagoya, Japan
R. Narasimha, Bangalore, India
M. Oberlack, Darmstadt, Germany
S. Obi, Yokohama, Japan
K.R. Rajagopal, College Station, TX, USA
P. Sagaut, Paris, France
M. Smooke, New Haven, CT, USA
D. Yuen, Minneapolis, MN, USA
S. Zaleski, Paris, France

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