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In physics, fluid dynamics is a sub-discipline of fluid mechanics that deals with fluid flow—the natural science of fluids in motion. (Wikipedia.org)






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2018 IEEE/OES Baltic International Symposium (BALTIC)

Energy Security, Hazard Mitigation, Ammunition Disposal, Ecosystems & Socio-economic impacts, Baltic Sea


2018 UKACC 12th International Conference on Control (CONTROL)

The scope of the conference is intended to be broad with coverage of theory and applications of control and systems engineering. Emphasis is also placed on the industrial context and attendees as well as education aspects.

  • 2016 UKACC 11th International Conference on Control (CONTROL)

    The scope of the conference is quite wide but generally covers the theory and applications of control in multiple disciplines. Some of the areas are listed in the following:Advanced Control and Informatics, Algorithms and Architectures of Control Systems, Artificial Intelligence in Control, Biomedical Engineering Systems, Control Applications in Transportation Systems, Design Methods of Control Systems, Energy Efficiency and Environmental Systems, Estimation and Filtering for Control, Fault Detection and Condition Monitoring, Image, Signal and Information Processing, Industrial Process Applications of Control, Educational Developments in Control, Logistics and Scheduling in Manufacturing, Modelling and Simulation Tools for Control, Networked Control Systems and Applications, Nonlinear Control Systems Design, Robotics and Automation, Smart Sensors and Actuators, Supply Chain Modelling and System Identification.

  • 2014 UKACC International Conference on Control (CONTROL)

    This conference covers the latest theoretical developments in advanced control and their application in manufacturing, bio-medical engineering, environmental systems and industrial processes.

  • 2012 UKACC International Conference on Control (CONTROL)

    This conference covers the latest theoretical developments in advanced control and their application in manufacturing, biomedical engineering, environmental systems and industrial processes.


2017 16th IEEE Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena in Electronic Systems (ITherm)

ITherm 2017 is the leading international conference for scientific and engineering exploration of thermal, thermomechanicaland emerging technology issues associated with electronic devices, packages, and systems.


2017 18th International Conference on Electronic Packaging Technology (ICEPT)

The conference will exchange the latest developments in the field of electronic packaging technology through exhibitions, special lectures, special reports, thematic forums, club reports, posters and other forms of experience


2017 18th International Conference on Thermal, Mechanical and Multi-Physics Simulation andExperiments in Microelectronics and Microsystems (EuroSimE)

EuroSimE addresses the results of both fundamental research and industrial application in thefields of thermal, mechanical and multiphysics simulation and experiments in microelectronicsand microsystems.


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Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on

Experimental and theoretical advances in antennas including design and development, and in the propagation of electromagnetic waves including scattering, diffraction and interaction with continuous media; and applications pertinent to antennas and propagation, such as remote sensing, applied optics, and millimeter and submillimeter wave techniques.


Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on

Contains articles on the applications and other relevant technology. Electronic applications include analog and digital circuits employing thin films and active devices such as Josephson junctions. Power applications include magnet design as well asmotors, generators, and power transmission


Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions on

The theory, design and application of Control Systems. It shall encompass components, and the integration of these components, as are necessary for the construction of such systems. The word `systems' as used herein shall be interpreted to include physical, biological, organizational and other entities and combinations thereof, which can be represented through a mathematical symbolism. The Field of Interest: shall ...


Automation Science and Engineering, IEEE Transactions on

The IEEE Transactions on Automation Sciences and Engineering (T-ASE) publishes fundamental papers on Automation, emphasizing scientific results that advance efficiency, quality, productivity, and reliability. T-ASE encourages interdisciplinary approaches from computer science, control systems, electrical engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, operations research, and other fields. We welcome results relevant to industries such as agriculture, biotechnology, healthcare, home automation, maintenance, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, retail, ...


Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on

Broad coverage of concepts and methods of the physical and engineering sciences applied in biology and medicine, ranging from formalized mathematical theory through experimental science and technological development to practical clinical applications.


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Xplore Articles related to Fluid dynamics

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A modified pressure drop analytical method for heat sink

C. K. Loh; D. J. Chou The Ninth Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena In Electronic Systems (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37543), 2004

Pressure drop indirectly affects the thermal performance of a heat sink. In the absence of computer simulated software, predicting the pressure drop across the heat sink would rely entirely on theoretical correlation. In addition, theoretical pressure drop prediction can also served as a reference for comparison with experimental data and numerical results. Different theoretical heat sink pressure drop approximations produce ...


Design and performance of a high pressure, flowing liquid dielectric peaking switch

Rainer Bischoff IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 2013

A repetitive, high-voltage liquid dielectric switch for high-power microwave (HPM) applications is currently being developed and investigated at the French-German Research Institute of Saint-Louis (ISL). The switch was designed to be implemented in existing coaxial pulse line structures and is being driven by compact modular Marx generators at rise times of about 7 ns and output voltages up to 400 ...


Notice of Retraction<BR>Emergency region of instantaneous dispersion caused by leakage of natural gas highly containing carbon dioxide

Yuanpan Zheng; Junjie Guo; Yali Zhang 2011 2nd IEEE International Conference on Emergency Management and Management Sciences, 2011

Notice of Retraction After careful and considered review of the content of this paper by a duly constituted expert committee, this paper has been found to be in violation of IEEE's Publication Principles. We hereby retract the content of this paper. Reasonable effort should be made to remove all past references to this paper. The presenting author of this paper ...


Improved performance of an underwater glider with passively rotatable wings

Yu Xie; Canjun Yang; Pinfu Wang; Shilin Peng; Shuangshuang Fan; Shaoyong Zhang 2013 OCEANS - San Diego, 2013

An underwater glider equipped with passively rotatable wings for the use of ocean exploration is presented. The glider is designed to obtain long endurance. We have developed an experimental vehicle as a test facility for an underwater glider with passively rotatable wings. The study is focused on the effect of the wing incidence angle on the gliding distance of the ...


Shock and vortex visualization using a combined visual/haptic interface

D. A. Lawrence; C. D. Lee; L. Y. Pao; R. Y. Novoselov Proceedings Visualization 2000. VIS 2000 (Cat. No.00CH37145), 2000

Specific rendering modes are developed for a combined visual/haptic interface to allow exploration and understanding of fluid dynamics data. The focus is on visualization of shock surfaces and vortex cores. Advantages provided by augmenting traditional graphical rendering modes with haptic rendering modes are discussed. Particular emphasis is placed on synergistic combinations of visual and haptic modes which enable rapid, exploratory ...


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A modified pressure drop analytical method for heat sink

C. K. Loh; D. J. Chou The Ninth Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena In Electronic Systems (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37543), 2004

Pressure drop indirectly affects the thermal performance of a heat sink. In the absence of computer simulated software, predicting the pressure drop across the heat sink would rely entirely on theoretical correlation. In addition, theoretical pressure drop prediction can also served as a reference for comparison with experimental data and numerical results. Different theoretical heat sink pressure drop approximations produce ...


Design and performance of a high pressure, flowing liquid dielectric peaking switch

Rainer Bischoff IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 2013

A repetitive, high-voltage liquid dielectric switch for high-power microwave (HPM) applications is currently being developed and investigated at the French-German Research Institute of Saint-Louis (ISL). The switch was designed to be implemented in existing coaxial pulse line structures and is being driven by compact modular Marx generators at rise times of about 7 ns and output voltages up to 400 ...


Notice of Retraction<BR>Emergency region of instantaneous dispersion caused by leakage of natural gas highly containing carbon dioxide

Yuanpan Zheng; Junjie Guo; Yali Zhang 2011 2nd IEEE International Conference on Emergency Management and Management Sciences, 2011

Notice of Retraction After careful and considered review of the content of this paper by a duly constituted expert committee, this paper has been found to be in violation of IEEE's Publication Principles. We hereby retract the content of this paper. Reasonable effort should be made to remove all past references to this paper. The presenting author of this paper ...


Improved performance of an underwater glider with passively rotatable wings

Yu Xie; Canjun Yang; Pinfu Wang; Shilin Peng; Shuangshuang Fan; Shaoyong Zhang 2013 OCEANS - San Diego, 2013

An underwater glider equipped with passively rotatable wings for the use of ocean exploration is presented. The glider is designed to obtain long endurance. We have developed an experimental vehicle as a test facility for an underwater glider with passively rotatable wings. The study is focused on the effect of the wing incidence angle on the gliding distance of the ...


Shock and vortex visualization using a combined visual/haptic interface

D. A. Lawrence; C. D. Lee; L. Y. Pao; R. Y. Novoselov Proceedings Visualization 2000. VIS 2000 (Cat. No.00CH37145), 2000

Specific rendering modes are developed for a combined visual/haptic interface to allow exploration and understanding of fluid dynamics data. The focus is on visualization of shock surfaces and vortex cores. Advantages provided by augmenting traditional graphical rendering modes with haptic rendering modes are discussed. Particular emphasis is placed on synergistic combinations of visual and haptic modes which enable rapid, exploratory ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Chapter 5

    This chapter contains sections titled: Efficient Implementation of the FDTD Algorithm on High-Performance Computers Special Purpose Computers for the Time Domain Advance of Maxwell's Equations Predicting Scattering of Electromagnetic Fields Using FD-TD on a Connection Machine A Connection Machine (CM-2) Implementation of a Three-Dimensional Parallel Finite Difference Time-Domain Code for Electromagnetic Field Simulation Finite-Difference Time-Domain Analysis of Microwave Circuit Devices on High Performance Vector/Parallel Computers Parallel FDTD Simulator for MIMD Computers Computational Fluid Dynamics on Parallel Processors A Parallel Planar Generalized Yee Algorithm for the Analysis of Microwave Circuit Devices

  • Using MPI in Simple Programs

    This chapter contains sections titled: 3.1 A First MPI Program, 3.2 Running Your First MPI Program, 3.3 A First MPI Program in C, 3.4 Using MPI from Other Languages, 3.5 Timing MPI Programs, 3.6 A Self-Scheduling Example: Matrix- Vector Multiplication, 3.7 Studying Parallel Performance, 3.8 Using Communicators, 3.9 Another Way of Forming New Communicators, 3.10 A Handy Graphics Library for Parallel Programs, 3.11 Common Errors and Misunderstandings, 3.12 Summary of a Simple Subset of MPI, 3.13 Application: Computational Fluid Dynamics

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    This comprehensive textbook is unique in its design-focused approach to turbomachinery and gas turbines. It offers students and practicing engineers methods for configuring these machines to perform with the highest possible efficiency. Examples and problems are based on the actual design of turbomachinery and turbines. After an introductory chapter that outlines the goals of the book and provides definitions of terms and parts, the book offers a brief review of the basic principles of thermodynamics and efficiency definitions. The rest of the book is devoted to the analysis and design of real turbomachinery configurations and gas turbines, based on a consistent application of thermodynamic theory and a more empirical treatment of fluid dynamics that relies on the extensive use of design charts. Topics include turbine power cycles, diffusion and diffusers, the analysis and design of three-dimensional free-stream flow, and combustion systems and combustion calculations. The second e ition updates every chapter, adding material on subjects that include flow correlations, energy transfer in turbomachines, and three-dimensional design. A solutions manual is available for instructors. This new MIT Press edition makes a popular text available again, with corrections and some updates, to a wide audience of students, professors, and professionals.

  • Bibliography

    This book offers a general overview of the physics, concepts, theories, and models underlying the discipline of aerodynamics. A particular focus is the technique of velocity field representation and modeling via source and vorticity fields and via their sheet, filament, or point-singularity idealizations. These models provide an intuitive feel for aerodynamic flow- field behavior and are the basis of aerodynamic force analysis, drag decomposition, flow interference estimation, and other important applications. The models are applied to both low speed and high speed flows. Viscous flows are also covered, with a focus on understanding boundary layer behavior and its influence on aerodynamic flows. The book covers some topics in depth while offering introductions and summaries of others. Computational methods are indispensable for the practicing aerodynamicist, and the book covers several computational methods in detail, with a focus on vortex lattice and panel methods. The goal is to improve understanding of the physical models that underlie such methods. The book also covers the aerodynamic models that describe the forces and moments on maneuvering aircraft, and provides a good introduction to the concepts and methods used in flight dynamics. It also offers an introduction to unsteady flows and to the subject of wind tunnel measurements. The book is based on the MIT graduate-level course "Flight Vehicle Aerodynamics" and has been developed for use not only in conventional classrooms but also in a massive open online course (or MOOC) offered on the pioneering MOOC platform edX. It will also serve as a valuable reference for professionals in the field. The text assumes that the reader is well versed in basic physics and vector calculus, has had some exposure to basic fluid dynamics and aerodynamics, and is somewhat familiar with aerodynamics and aeronautics terminology.

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    Linear complementarity problems (LCPs) have for many years been used in physics-based animation to model contact forces between rigid bodies in contact. More recently, LCPs have found their way into the realm of fluid dynamics. Here, LCPs are used to model boundary conditions with fluid-wall contacts. LCPs have also started to appear in deformable models and granular simulations. There is an increasing need for numerical methods to solve the resulting LCPs with all these new applications. This book provides a numerical foundation for such methods, especially suited for use in computer graphics. This book is mainly intended for a researcher/Ph.D. student/post-doc/professor who wants to study the algorithms and do more work/research in this area. Programmers might have to invest some time brushing up on math skills, for this we refer to Appendices A and B. The reader should be familiar with linear algebra and differential calculus. We provide pseudo code for all the numerical methods, w ich should be comprehensible by any computer scientist with rudimentary programming skills. The reader can find an online supplementary code repository, containing Matlab implementations of many of the core methods covered in these notes, as well as a few Python implementations [Erleben, 2011].

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    This book addresses the problem of articulatory speech synthesis based on computed vocal tract geometries and the basic physics of sound production in it. Unlike conventional methods based on analysis/synthesis using the well- known source filter model, which assumes the independence of the excitation and filter, we treat the entire vocal apparatus as one mechanical system that produces sound by means of fluid dynamics. The vocal apparatus is represented as a three-dimensional time-varying mechanism and the sound propagation inside it is due to the non-planar propagation of acoustic waves through a viscous, compressible fluid described by the Navier-Stokes equations. We propose a combined minimum energy and minimum jerk criterion to compute the dynamics of the vocal tract during articulation. Theoretical error bounds and experimental results show that this method obtains a close match to the phonetic target positions while avoiding abrupt changes in the articulatory trajectory. The voc l folds are set into aerodynamic oscillation by the flow of air from the lungs. The modulated air stream then excites the moving vocal tract. This method shows strong evidence for source-filter interaction. Based on our results, we propose that the articulatory speech production model has the potential to synthesize speech and provide a compact parameterization of the speech signal that can be useful in a wide variety of speech signal processing problems. Table of Contents: Introduction / Literature Review / Estimation of Dynamic Articulatory Parameters / Construction of Articulatory Model Based on MRI Data / Vocal Fold Excitation Models / Experimental Results of Articulatory Synthesis / Conclusion

  • Index

    This comprehensive textbook is unique in its design-focused approach to turbomachinery and gas turbines. It offers students and practicing engineers methods for configuring these machines to perform with the highest possible efficiency. Examples and problems are based on the actual design of turbomachinery and turbines. After an introductory chapter that outlines the goals of the book and provides definitions of terms and parts, the book offers a brief review of the basic principles of thermodynamics and efficiency definitions. The rest of the book is devoted to the analysis and design of real turbomachinery configurations and gas turbines, based on a consistent application of thermodynamic theory and a more empirical treatment of fluid dynamics that relies on the extensive use of design charts. Topics include turbine power cycles, diffusion and diffusers, the analysis and design of three-dimensional free-stream flow, and combustion systems and combustion calculations. The second e ition updates every chapter, adding material on subjects that include flow correlations, energy transfer in turbomachines, and three-dimensional design. A solutions manual is available for instructors. This new MIT Press edition makes a popular text available again, with corrections and some updates, to a wide audience of students, professors, and professionals.

  • Index

    This book offers a general overview of the physics, concepts, theories, and models underlying the discipline of aerodynamics. A particular focus is the technique of velocity field representation and modeling via source and vorticity fields and via their sheet, filament, or point-singularity idealizations. These models provide an intuitive feel for aerodynamic flow- field behavior and are the basis of aerodynamic force analysis, drag decomposition, flow interference estimation, and other important applications. The models are applied to both low speed and high speed flows. Viscous flows are also covered, with a focus on understanding boundary layer behavior and its influence on aerodynamic flows. The book covers some topics in depth while offering introductions and summaries of others. Computational methods are indispensable for the practicing aerodynamicist, and the book covers several computational methods in detail, with a focus on vortex lattice and panel methods. The goal is to improve understanding of the physical models that underlie such methods. The book also covers the aerodynamic models that describe the forces and moments on maneuvering aircraft, and provides a good introduction to the concepts and methods used in flight dynamics. It also offers an introduction to unsteady flows and to the subject of wind tunnel measurements. The book is based on the MIT graduate-level course "Flight Vehicle Aerodynamics" and has been developed for use not only in conventional classrooms but also in a massive open online course (or MOOC) offered on the pioneering MOOC platform edX. It will also serve as a valuable reference for professionals in the field. The text assumes that the reader is well versed in basic physics and vector calculus, has had some exposure to basic fluid dynamics and aerodynamics, and is somewhat familiar with aerodynamics and aeronautics terminology.

  • Fluid Dynamics

    This chapter contains sections titled: Viscous Flow Continuity Equation Navier-Stokes Equation Reynolds Equation Couette Flow Oscillating Plate in a Fluid Creeping Flow Squeeze Film Problems

  • Fluid dynamics

    This chapter contains sections titled: Sound waves, Hydrodynamics, Tracing the flow, Flow past an obstacle, Other lattice gases, Autocorrelations, Wave optics



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