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For five decades, physicists and engineers have looked to Physics of Fluids (PoF) to deliver a wealth of experimental and theoretical research. The content reflects the richness and breadth of the field. From laminar to turbulent flows and from Newtonian to complex fluids (such as granular media, polymeric liquids and suspensions), each issue provides the latest findings on key subjects. The journal’s inclusive, systematic coverage also promotes interdisciplinary cross-fertilization in areas as diverse as geophysics, materials processing, biomechanics, combustion and flow control—to name just a few.
Physics of Fluids is published in cooperation with the American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Dynamics.
In each September issue, Physics of Fluids publishes winning entries from the annual Gallery of Fluid Motion exhibit, held at the meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics of the American Physical Society. The Gallery of Fluid Motion, enhanced with winning video entries, is also available online via the journal’s website.
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ISSN Print: 1070-6631 Online: 1089-7666
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