Thermal Flows

Marcello Lappa (Editor), Lynn Nasseri, Nabil Himrane, Djamel Eddine Ameziani, Abderrahmane Bourada, Rachid Bennacer, Luis Silva, Parag Gupta, David MacTaggart, Radostin D. Simitev, Friedrich H. Busse, Patrick Fischer, Charles-Henri Bruneau, Hamid Kellay, Helena Vitoshkin, Alexander Gelfgat, Ichiro Ueno, Roger E. Khayat, Mohammad Tanvir Hossain, Georgie CrewdsonMarcello Lappa, Victor Kozlov, Kirill Rysin, Aleksei Vjatkin, Artur V. Dmitrenko, K. Papazian, Z. Al Hajaj, M. Z. Saghir

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Flows of thermal origin and heat transfer problems are central in a variety of disciplines and industrial applications. The present book entitled Thermal Flows consists of a collection of studies by distinct investigators and research groups dealing with different types of flows relevant to both natural and technological contexts. Both reviews of the state-of-the-art and new theoretical, numerical and experimental investigations are presented, which illustrate the structure of these flows, their stability behavior, and the possible bifurcations to different patterns of symmetry and/or spatiotemporal regimes. Moreover, different categories of fluids are considered (liquid metals, gases, common fluids such as water and silicone oils, organic and inorganic transparent liquids, and nano-fluids). This information is presented under the hope that it will serve as a new important resource for physicists, engineers and advanced students interested in the physics of non-isothermal fluid systems; fluid mechanics; environmental phenomena; meteorology; geophysics; and thermal, mechanical and materials engineering.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBasel, Switzerland
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
Number of pages234
ISBN (Electronic)9783036522272
ISBN (Print)9783036522289
Publication statusPublished - 14 Mar 2022


  • thermal flows
  • fluids


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