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3rd International Conference on Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics , will be organized around the theme “De-Freezing the Anomalies of Fluid Dynamics and Aerodynamics”

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The branch of science which deals with the motion and effect of various forces on fluid is called fluid dynamics. It is a sub discipline of fluid mechanics. Further it opens the gateway to study aerodynamics (motion of air and other gases) and hydrodynamic (motion of liquids). Citing the wide range of application and ongoing research on the subject across the world, it becomes a topic of utmost importance for the future prospects.

Fluid dynamics helps us to understand the various aspects of nature like ocean currents, weather pattern and even blood circulation. Some of the technological and industrial features are 

1 calculating mass flow rate in the pipeline

2 calculating various forces on aircrafts

3 understanding the dynamics of wind turbine and rocket engine

Further classification of the fluids categorize it as Newtonian fluid and non-Newtonian fluid, fluid flow can be classified as laminar and turbulent etc. CFD conference finds wide applications in industries like Automotive, part and Defence, Electrical and physical science, and Energy  

CFD conference finds wide applications in industries like Automotive, part and Defence, Electrical and physical science, and Energy. Within the part and Defence business, CFD is employed to style fuel systems, engine core compartments, cockpit and cabin ventilation, missiles, and submarines, and additionally in aeromechanics style.

  • Track 1-1Fromm’s vorticity stream function
  • Track 1-2Drag reduction, propulsion efficiencies
  • Track 1-3Nonlinear dynamics
  • Track 1-4Rheology
  • Track 1-5Vibration mitigation
  • Track 1-6Flow control and caviation
  • Track 1-7 Bio fluids
  • Track 1-8Micro Nanofluidics
  • Track 1-9Reacting flow & combustion
  • Track 1-10Fluid Machinery
  • Track 1-11Three dimensional steady state vortex solution
  • Track 1-12Stream function
  • Track 1-13Industrial and Environmental Applications of Fluid Mechanics
  • Track 1-14Compressibility and shock waves
  • Track 1-15Fluid structure Interaction

Fluid Flow is a part of fluid mechanics and deals with fluid dynamics. Fluids such as gases and liquids in motion are called as fluid flow. Motion of a fluid is subjected to unbalanced forces or stresses. The motion continues as long as unbalanced forces are applied. The flow continues as long as water is available. Fluid is a substance, such as liquid or gas that can flow, has no fixed shape and offers little resistance that has no external stress. Flow is defined as the quantity of fluid (gas, liquid, vapour or sublimate) that passes a point per unit time.

  • Track 2-1Compressible and incompressible flows
  • Track 2-2Viscous and inviscid flows
  • Track 2-3Turbulent flow
  • Track 2-4Rheological behaviour of fluids
  • Track 2-5Numerical fluid flow
  • Track 2-6Non-newtonian fluid flow
  • Track 2-7Nanotechnology fluid flow
  • Track 2-8Multiphase flow
  • Track 2-9Laminar fluid flow
  • Track 2-10Experimental fluid flow
  • Track 2-11Turbulent boundary layers

A turbomachine is a device where machine transfers energy (mechanical energy) in the form of shaft work, is transferred either to or from a continuously flowing fluid by the dynamic action of rotating blade rows. 

 The work principle of turbo machine: the energy transfer being carried out by the action of one or more rotating blade rows. The dynamic action of rotating blades sets up forces between the blades and fluid while the components of these forces in the direction of blade motion give rise to the energy transfer between the blades and fluid.

  • Track 3-1High speed turbomachinery
  • Track 3-2Turbochargers and compressors
  • Track 3-3Turbomachinery flows
  • Track 3-4Fans & Jets
  • Track 3-5Propeller
  • Track 3-6Windmills
  • Track 3-7Centrifugal pump
  • Track 3-8Particle deposition in turbo-machinery

Hydraulics is concerned with the practical applications of fluids, primarily liquids in motion. It is related to fluid mechanics, which in large part provides its theoretical foundation. Hydraulics deals with such matters as the flow of liquids in pipes, rivers, and channels and their confinement by dams and tanks. Some of its principles apply also to gases, usually in cases in which variations in density are relatively small. Consequently, the scope of hydraulics extends to such mechanical devices as fans and gas turbines and to pneumatic control systems.

  • Track 4-1Computational hydraulics
  • Track 4-2Advanced hydraulics
  • Track 4-3Hydraulic structures
  • Track 4-4Electro-hydraulics
  • Track 4-5Environmental hydraulics
  • Track 4-6Thermo- hydraulics
  • Track 4-7Industrial hydraulics
  • Track 4-8Aircraft hydraulics

Turbine is a device that converts the energy in a stream of fluid into mechanical energy. The conversion is generally accomplished by passing the fluid through a system of stationary passages or vanes that alternate with passages consisting of finlike blades attached to a rotor. By arranging the flow so that a tangential force, or torque, is exerted on the rotor blades, the rotor turns, and work is extracted.

A turbine is a machine that transforms rotational energy from a fluid that is picked up by a rotor system into usable work or energy.  Turbines achieve this either through mechanical gearing or electromagnetic induction to produce electricity. Types of turbines include steam turbines, wind turbines, gas turbines or water turbines. Mechanical uses of turbine power go back to ancient Greece. The first wind wheels relied upon gearing and shafts to power machinery. Windmills and water wheels are forms of turbines too and might drive a millstone to grind grain, among other purposes.

  • Track 5-1Axial turbine
  • Track 5-2Steam turbine
  • Track 5-3Turboshaft
  • Track 5-4Radial turbine
  • Track 5-5Water turbine
  • Track 5-6Turbopump
  • Track 5-7Gas turbine
  • Track 5-8Turbojet
  • Track 5-9Turboprop

Microfluidics is the study of precise control and manipulation of fluids that are geometrically restricted to a small, generally sub millimetre, range. It has application in multidisciplinary field like engineering, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, nanotechnology, and biotechnology, from practical applications to the design of systems in which low volumes of fluids are used to achieve multiplexing, automation, etc Microfluidics emerged in the beginning of the 1980s and is used in the development of inkjet print heads, DNA chips, lab-on-a-chip technology, micro-propulsion, and micro-thermal technologies.

  • Track 6-1Droplet-based microfluidics
  • Track 6-2Digital microfluidics
  • Track 6-3DNA chips
  • Track 6-4Molecular biology
  • Track 6-5Evolutionary biology
  • Track 6-6Cell behavior
  • Track 6-7Cellular biophysics
  • Track 6-8Acoustic droplet ejection (ADE)
  • Track 6-9Fuel cells

Fluid dynamics is a vast subject with multiple practical applications in day to day life, citing the requirement of the speedy and accuracy orientated results the computational fluid dynamics has a significant role to play. CFD uses numerical analysis and algorithm to analyse the problems of fluid flow and better and accurate results can be achieved using supercomputer .various researches has been carried out to develop software’s which can yield accurate results of complex problems of turbulent flow .the fundamentals of CFD comes from naviers stokes theorem. Methods were first developed to solve the linearized potential equations but further The computer power available paced development of three dimensional method.

  • Track 7-1Discretization methods
  • Track 7-2CFD-modelling
  • Track 7-3Hybrid multizonal
  • Track 7-4Coupling numerical computational
  • Track 7-5Compressibility and shock waves
  • Track 7-6 Two-phase flow
  • Track 7-7CFD-modelling of free interfaces
  • Track 7-8Three methods of CFD calculations for a turbine last stage – exhaust hood designing
  • Track 7-9CFD Technologies

It defines the interchange of thermal energy, between material systems depending on the heat and mass by disintegrating heat. The essential modes of heat transfer are transference or diffusion, convection and radiation. It includes Nuclear energy, Heat transfer in fire and ignition and Heat transfer in automated equipment and fluid mechanics equipment.

  • Track 8-1Heat transfer in multiphase systems
  • Track 8-2Biomedical engineering in fluid mechanics
  • Track 8-3Heat transfer in fire and combustion
  • Track 8-4Nuclear energy
  • Track 8-5Heat transfer in multiphase systems
  • Track 8-6Transport phenomena in materials processing and manufacturing
  • Track 8-7Heat transfer in electronic equipment
  • Track 8-8Heat and mass transfer in biotechnology

Aerodynamics is a sub discipline of fluid dynamics which deals with the movement of air around a solid object. Eg interaction of aeroplane wings with air, study of motion of air around the object is called flow field, which helps in calculating various forces and moments on the exposed objet. The basic forces involved are lift, drag, thrust and weight. computational fluid dynamics has fuelled the effort to study the motion of air around complex objects which leads to designing the aircraft from computer which is followed by wind tunnel test and flight test. Research further went to design subsonic, supersonic, hypersonic aircrafts. The other aspect of aerodynamic is internal aerodynamic which deals with the flow through passages in solid objects eg. Study of air flow through jet engine or through an air conditioning pipe. 

  • Track 9-1Aerodynamic shape optimization
  • Track 9-2Numerical modelling of vortex-dominated flows
  • Track 9-3Forces acting on moving flight
  • Track 9-4Nonlinear active vibration suppression in Aero elasticity
  • Track 9-5 Aerodynamic shape optimization
  • Track 9-6Rotorcraft aerodynamics
  • Track 9-7Nonlinear flexibility effects on flight dynamics and control of next-generation aircraft
  • Track 9-8Aircraft vortex wakes
  • Track 9-9Aerodynamics Designing

Due to the nonlinearity of the governing equations it is very difficult to predict the sound production of fluid flows. This sound production occurs typically at high speed flows, for which nonlinear inertial terms in the equation of motion are much larger than the viscous terms (high Reynolds numbers). As sound production represents only a very minute fraction of the energy in the flow the direct prediction of sound generation is very difficult. This is particularly dramatic in free space and at low subsonic speeds. The fact that the sound field is in some sense a small perturbation of the flow can however, be used to obtain approximate solutions. Aero-acoustics provides such approximations and at the same time a definition of the acoustical field as an extrapolation of an ideal reference flow. The difference between the actual flow and the reference flow is identified as a source of sound. 

  • Track 10-1 Computational Aero acoustics
  • Track 10-2Doppler effect
  • Track 10-3Aero-acoustic analogies
  • Track 10-4Curle’s formulation
  • Track 10-5Confined flows
  • Track 10-6Thermal Expansion and Thermal Stresses
  • Track 10-7Acoustic wave equations
  • Track 10-8Jet Aeroacoustics

The early history is given of the prolific development of CFD conference  ways within the Fluid Dynamics cluster (T-3) at town National Laboratory within the years from 1958 to the late Sixties. several of the presently used numerical methods PIC, MAC, Vorticity-stream-function, ICE, beer ways and therefore the k-e methodology for turbulence- originated throughout now. The remainder of the paper summarizes this analysis in T-3 for CFD, turbulence and solids modelling. The analysis areas embrace reactive flows, multi material flows, point flows and flows with spacial discontinuities. additionally summarized square measure trendy particle ways and techniques developed for big scale computing on massively parallel computing platforms and distributed processors.

  • Track 11-1Bio fluid mechanics
  • Track 11-2Vorticity stream function
  • Track 11-3Compressible high speed gas flow
  • Track 11-4Marker and cell method
  • Track 11-5Direct Numerical Simulations of turbulent reacting flows

The division of science concerned with forces acting on or exerted by fluids (especially liquids). It is also physics having to do with the motion and action of water and other liquids; dynamics of liquids which is simply concerned with the mechanical properties of fluids. It is the sub discipline of fluid dynamics that deals with liquids, including hydrostatics and hydrokinetics. It is a scientific study of the motion of fluids, especially non-compressible liquids, under the influence of internal and external forces.

  • Track 12-1 waves and current
  • Track 12-2Dynamic systems
  • Track 12-3Hydrofoil
  • Track 12-4Hydrodynamic stability
  • Track 12-5Hydrodynamic flow
  • Track 12-6Ship and naval hydrodynamics
  • Track 12-7Theoretical hydrodynamics
  • Track 12-8Environmental hydrodynamics
  • Track 12-9Hydrodynamics in hydraulic engineering
  • Track 12-10 hydroelasticity
  • Track 12-11 ocean, coastal and estuary technology
  • Track 12-12Pressure transients

To determine the best shape and design for the minimum friction coefficient and hence the maximum efficiency can be achieved by aerodynamic simulation, simulation generates data with defined boundaries to meet the experiments objective. Hence it forms a virtual world which can be compared with real conditions and assist in improvising the design specifications accordingly. 

  • Track 13-1Race Car Design And Optimisation
  • Track 13-2Aircraft Drag Reduction
  • Track 13-3Aircraft lift enhancement
  • Track 13-4Rocket Aerodynamics
  • Track 13-5aircraft model
  • Track 13-6wing design
  • Track 13-7Bridge Design
  • Track 13-8Hybrid RESSs
  • Track 13-9Computational Methods for RESSs

With the development of the research field, scientist started devouring the the flow phenomena in the biological system and its affects.  In relation to this, the application of fluid mechanics to biological systems in particular to the human cardiovascular system, is a rapidly emerging field that requires a deep strong knowledge of fluid mechanics as well as nonlinear solid mechanics, and specific technical methods for handling fluid-solid interacting systems. This field introduces important theoretical issues to be addressed. It involves the interaction of fluid with biological systems, as well as with technological devices. The study of flows in prosthetic elements, extra-corporeal flow systems, micro-devices involves a broad range of industrial fluid mechanics that is also part of the curriculum study.

  • Track 14-1Cardiovascular fluid dynamics
  • Track 14-2Flows in artificial organs, artificial heart valve prostheses, blood pumps
  • Track 14-3Distributed Control Systems
  • Track 14-4Cerebrospinal Fluid Mechanics
  • Track 14-5Intracranial aneurysm, pediatric surgical corrections
  • Track 14-6Humanoid robots, service robots
  • Track 14-7Respiratory flows, small-scale physiological flows using microfluidic techniques
  • Track 14-8Knowledge Based Systems
  • Track 14-9Lean Manufacturing Logistics

Thermo fluid dynamics is the combine study of

 Heat transfer

Thermodynamics

Fluid mechanics

Combustion

These subjects altogether play a critical role in determining the efficiency and performance of the machines, hence the design specification of the machines. it deals with the conversion of energy from one form to another. It also describes the various forces involved in fluid flow, which further divided into fluid kinematics and fluid dynamics. Some of the application of fluid mechanics is Pump Design, Hydro-Electric Power Generation and naval Naval Architecture.

  • Track 15-1Particle transport in a turbulent flow field
  • Track 15-2Computation of deposition on turbine blades
  • Track 15-3Navier-stokes calculations for wet-steam turbine cascades
  • Track 15-4Relaxation phenomena due to interphase transport of mass, momentum and energy in multiphase flows
  • Track 15-5Novel heat exchangers
  • Track 15-6Hot leg model of a Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR)
  • Track 15-7Pressurized Thermal Shock (PTS) in case of Emergency Core Cooling in a PWR
  • Track 15-8Experiments on boiling processes in pressurized water reactors
  • Track 15-9System dynamics: Modelling, analysis, simulation and design