The group members presented at the 11th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics.

2021-02-02

From December 3 to 7, the 11th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics, powered by the Fluid Mechanics Panel of Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (CSTAM) was held in SUSTech, with SUSTech Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) as the organizer. Over 1100 experts and scholars from universities and research institutes attended the meeting. 14 sub-forums were set with a focus on turbulence and stability, multiphase flow, non-Newtonian fluid mechanics, hydrodynamics, high-temperature gas dynamics, percolation mechanics, industrial fluid dynamics, experimental fluid dynamics, computational fluid dynamics, micro nanoscale flow, electromagnetic fluid dynamics, application of machine learning in fluid mechanics, natural flow, and heat dissipation fluid machinery. 

Professor Wang Jianchun served as a member of the conference organizing committee and participated in the conference as the host of the sub-sessions on "Turbulence and Stability" and "Application of Machine Learning in Fluid Mechanics". Research team members Dr Qinmin Zheng , Dr Jian Teng, Dr Xiaoning Wang, and PHD student Tengfei Luo attended the conference and gave reports at the relevant sub-sessions.

Dr Qinmin Zheng gave a report at the turbulence and stability sub-session. The title of the report was "Research on the Pulsation of Energy Components in Thermally Non-equilibrium Compressible Isotropic Turbulent Flow".

Dr Jian Teng gave a report at the turbulence and stability session. The title of the report was "Multi-scale Transmission of Kinetic Energy in Compressible Uniform Isotropic Turbulent Flows by Chemical Reactions".

Dr Xiaoning Wang gave a report at the turbulence and stability sub-session. The title of the report was "Research on the Transport of Turbulent Kinetic Energy in Compressible Uniform Anisotropic Turbulent Flow".

Luo Tengfei, as a PhD candidate in the research group, gave a report at the turbulence and stability sub-session. The title of the report was "Expansion and Compression Motion in Two-dimensional Compressible Rayleigh-Taylor Instability".

Conference photo of the participants

National Conference on Fluid Mechanics was first held in Shanghai in 1963, and then successively held in Wuxi, Changsha, Beijing, Shanghai, Guilin, Lanzhou, Nanjing, and Hangzhou. In recent years, the conference is held every two years, which is one of the authoritative conferences in the field of fluid mechanics.

 

 

Reference

  1. The 11th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics held in SUSTech https://newshub.sustech.edu.cn/html/202012/29235.html
  2. Handbook of the 11th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics