Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- Starting on 1st October 2018, publishing an article in FDMP requires production cost and Open Access fees to the submitting author following the acceptance of an article for publication. Please note that the article processing charge for each paper submitted after 1st April 2020 will be 800$ USD.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- FDMP only accepts manuscript in Microsoft Office Word file format. Please make sure the submission file is in Microsoft Word document file format (.doc or .docx).
- All papers submitted to this journal will undergo a preliminary check to detect duplicate contents and plagiarism
- Reference to specific geographical places (countries, cities, locations, e.g., "China", “Guangdong Province”, “Texas”, “Amsterdam”), specific universities and laboratories should be avoided at all costs. Similarly, text such as “in our laboratory”, “National industry", "domestic industry”, “foreign industry”, “foreign products” or “foreign market” should not be used. Papers published in FDMP are visible worldwide and are intended to support the entire International Scientific Community.
Papers based on numerical simulations
All the manuscrips submitted to FDMP based on Computational Fluid Dynamics or other numerical approaches shall necessarily (mandatorily) contain the following sections:
“Mathematical Model”: a section where the (partial differential, ordinary or algebric) equations governing the considered phenomena are carefully presented together with the related initial and boundary conditions.
“Numerical Method”: The numerical method shall be described “in detail”. Simply stating that ANSYS FLUENT or another equivalent commercial or open-source software has been used is not sufficient. A very detailed description of the numerical method shall be presented in terms of: underlying principles, nomenclature, category, algorithm, applicability (incompressible or compressible flow, viscous or inviscid dynamics, etc), involved variables and method formulation (primitive variables, velocity-vorticity approach, conservative variables), numerical schemes, general properties, related references (literature), etc. A similar requirement also holds for the turbulence models used for the analysis (if any).
“Grid Refinement study”: Simply stating that the grid or the mesh used for the computations was optimized or created using a professional software is not enough. The authors shall show “quantitatively” (“giving numbers”) the percentage variations experienced by the quantities under investigation (representative or suitable physical variables such as velocity, temperature, pressure, etc) when the density of the mesh is increased. These data shall also be reported in a dedicated table (caption to be used for the table: “mesh sensitivity analysis”).
“Validation”: The reliability of the used approach shall be demonstrated through quantitative comparison with “other data” (produced by other investigators and representing the state-of-the-art about the considered subject) or “test cases” available in the literature. If no data or “archetypal settings” are available for the specific problem under investigation, validation shall be achieved considering relatively ‘similar’ problems and showing that the used algorithm or method can faithfully represent the behavior of those systems.
Manuscripts failing to address the above requirements will be returned to authors in order to implement the necessary changes before entering the review process.
Though the editors of FDMP may NOT take into account these suggestions, authors are welcome and encouraged to suggest reviewers when they submit their manuscripts by using the submission system. Authors should make sure they are totally independent and without conflicts of interest in any way. Moreover, most of suggested reviewers should be from other countries with respect to that where the authors' institution is located (the Editors of FDMP will systematically ignore multiple suggestions about reviewers located in the same country). When suggesting reviewers, the Corresponding Author must provide an "institutional email address" for each suggested reviewer.
Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing will be migrating from old submission system(https://www.tspsubmission.com) to new submission system(https://ijs.tspsubmission.com) on 20 April 2023.
Manuscripts submitted to old submission system before 20 April 2023 will continue to undergo normal review process in old submission system. New submissions after 20 April 2023 must be made through new submission system.
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Special Issue: Digital Technology Applications for Simulation, Manufacturing and
Global Congress on Manufacturing and Management (GCMM) is one of the oldest conferences established in Australia. Its first conference has been organized during 1990 in Sydney and and Melbourne, Australia. During past 28 years, GCMM was held in number of countries namely; China, USA, Australia, Thailand, Brazil, New Zealand, India, Indonesia, South Korea. The papers collected in this issue were presented at the 18th GCMM conference which was held in Brisbane Australia in Dec from 5th to 8th, 2018. The advances in fluid dynamics and materials processing have been accompanied by the expansions in the range of applications and the related fields. This issue highlights papers that provide digital technology solutions covering modeling, simulation, experimental work and digital analysis. Simulation and modeling papers are included in this issue which provide novel solutions and deeper understanding in areas of gas well and stress simulation, water pressure, ceramic light weight aggregates, collision, lightweight optimization, kinematics analysis, swarm optimization, permeability, viscosity, air jet loom and specific heat calculation. We have also selected some papers which have provided analytical solutions and experimental work on areas of sandstone and surface EMG analysis. As FDMP journal covers areas of materials science, fluid-dynamic conditions, fluid-mechanical aspects, fluid structure-interactions, gravitational convections, pattern formation and kinematics analysis, we have selected papers that fit the scope of the journal. The selected papers will provide value to the esteemed FDMP issues that cover topics of simulation and experimental work for applications in fluids dynamics, materials processing, and manufacturing. We would like to thank the authors for their contributions, the session chairpersons and the reviewers for valuable comments and suggestions. We also wish to thank the Editor-in-chief of the FDMP journal for their support in establishing this issue.
This section is open to all authors of their submissions. All articles must be based on original research and will be subject to peer-review.
Special Issue: Fluid Flow and Materials Strength related to the Wellbore Safety
Wellbore safety is an important issue in the development underground energy and carbon underground storage. However, there are many challenges for the wellbore safety. Up to now, many serious accidents have been reported, like Deepwater Horizon blowout and wellbore leakage in Aliso Canyon underground gas storage. These challenges and accidents are all related to fluid flow and materials strength, such as gas invasion, fluid leakage, annular pressure, casing damage and cement integrity failure. Therefore, this special issue aims to present and disseminate the most recent advances in the fluid flow and materials strength related to the wellbore safety. This special issue covers a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:
1.Gas invasion and gas kick in complex formation
2.Casing strength evaluation and failure analysis
3.Cement sheath integrity failure and potential risk
4.Fluid leakage in the wellbore of geothermal energy
5.Cutting movement in long horizontal well
6.Geological risk caused by gas hydrate decomposition
Articles published by TSP are under an Open Access license, which means all articles published by TSP are accessible online free of charge and as free of technical and legal barriers to everyone. Published materials can be re-used if properly acknowledged and cited Open Access publication is supported by the authors' institutes or research funding agencies by payment of a comparatively low Article Processing Charge (APC) for accepted articles.