Recent Developments of Computational Fluid Mechanics for Free and Moving Boundaries

James Chen, Haibo Dong

This mini-symposium will address the recent advancements of computational fluid dynamics for free and moving boundaries. In particular, this mini-symposium is devoted to computational and experimental investigation of bio-inspired locomotion, solid-fluid interaction, vortex formation, flow instability, boundary layer flow and flow transition at high/moderate/low Reynolds numbers. Contributions from researchers in the fields of theoretical, computational and applied fluid mechanics are cordially invited.


Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

* Bio-inspired Locomotion in Flying and Swimming

* Solid-Fluid interaction

* Computational fluid mechanics

* Flow instability

* Transport in microscale and multiscale fluid dynamics

* Vortex-induced vibration

* Boundary layer flow