The ASME Fluids Engineering Division (FED) is looking for participants in its upcoming Joint Summer Conference with the Japanese Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers (AJK2019) in San Francisco, California.
The AJK2019 program includes technical paper sessions, panel sessions, workshops, plenary lectures, graduate student scholarship competition, flow visualization competition, committee meetings, and social networking events. AJK2019 solicits paper contributions from all areas of fluids mechanics, encompassing both fundamental and application. The tracks/topics covered during this event include, but are not limited to, the following:
1.) Fluid Mechanics (FMTC) Track
Topic 1-1 Fluids Engineering Education Topic 1-10 Manufacturing Process
Topic 1-2 Aerospace Topic 1-11 Transport Phenomena in Mixing
Topic 1-3 Fluid Power Topic 1-12 CFD Verification and Validation
Topic 1-4 Bio-Inspired and Biomedical Fluid Mechanics Topic 1-13 Boundary Layer Flows
Topic 1-5 Turbulent Flows Topic 1-14 High-Speed Flows
Topic 1-6 Flow Manipulation Topic 1-15 Vortex Dynamics
Topic 1-7 Active Flow Control Topic 1-16 Graduate Students Scholarship
Topic 1-8 Active Fluids
Topic 1-9 Transport Phenomena in Energy Conversion
2.) Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFDTC) Track
Topic 2-1 Applied CFD Topic 2-8 Optimization, Data-based Simulations, and Machine Learning
Topic 2-2 CFD Development Topic 2-9 Emerging CFD Topics
Topic 2-3 LES/DNS Topic 2-10 Open Source CFD Applications
Topic 2-4 Hybrid LES/RANS Topic 2-11 Medical Applications of CFD
Topic 2-5 Fluid Structure Interaction (including IBM) Topic 2-12 Multi-physics Simulation
Topic 2-6 Computational Marine Hydrodynamics Topic 2-13 Graduate Students Scholarship
Topic 2-7 Computational Turbulent Combustion
3.) Fluid Applications & Systems (FASTC) Track
Topic 3-1 Fluid Machinery Symposium
Topic 3-2 Pumping Machinery Symposium
Topic 3-3 Automotive flows
Topic 3-4 Combustion
Topic 3-5 Environmental Flows
Topic 3-6 Industrial Fluid Mechanics
Topic 3-7 Fluid Power Systems
Topic 3-8 Multiphase Flow Applications
Topic 3-9 Propulsion
Topic 3-10 Rotating machinery / Turbomachinery
Topic 3-11 Graduate Students Scholarship
To submit, please visit the conference website, https://event.asme.org/AJKFluids, and click on Submit Abstract. If you have submitted to ASME conferences in the past, simply login with your credentials. If you are new, then please create a user account. After you have logged into the submission site, simply follow the instructions. Please note, you need to select a technical track and a topic. You will then be asked to submit an abstract with between 400 to 600 words.
Graduate students can also submit an abstract to the Graduate Student Scholarship Topic listed under the 6 technical tracks. The Graduate Students Steering Committee (GSSC) will evaluate the submitted papers and announce the scholarship awards during AJK2019.
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Special Note on Journal Publication: Select conference papers will be recommended for publication in the ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering with an expedited review process.
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