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Journal Of Turbulence

(ISSN 1468-5248)

Aims and scope

2018 Impact Factor: 2.038 ©2019 Clarivate Analytics, 2019 Journal Citation Reports®

Turbulence is a physical phenomenon occurring in most fluid flows, and is a major research topic at the cutting edge of science and technology. Journal of Turbulence ( JoT) is a digital forum for disseminating new theoretical, numerical and experimental knowledge aimed at understanding, predicting and controlling fluid turbulence.

JoT provides a common venue for communicating advances of fundamental and applied character across the many disciplines in which turbulence plays a vital role. Examples include turbulence arising in engineering fluid dynamics (aerodynamics and hydrodynamics, particulate and multi-phase flows, acoustics, hydraulics, combustion, aeroelasticity, transitional flows, turbo-machinery, heat transfer), geophysical fluid dynamics (environmental flows, oceanography, meteorology), in physics (magnetohydrodynamics and fusion, astrophysics, cryogenic and quantum fluids), and mathematics (turbulence from PDE’s, model systems). The multimedia capabilities offered by this electronic journal (including free colour images and video movies), provide a unique opportunity for disseminating turbulence research in visually impressive ways.

All published research articles in this journal undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by independent expert referees. All peer review is single blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts.

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Dyscypliny naukowe:

  • inżynieria biomedyczna
  • inżynieria materiałowa
  • inżynieria mechaniczna
  • inżynieria środowiska
  • górnictwo i energetyka
  • astronomia
  • nauki fizyczne