JAFM is targeted to a broad community interested in different aspects of fluid mechanics. This community largely consists of scholars in Mechanical engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Aeronautics and Astronautics, and Metrological Sciences.

JAFM publishes full-length papers only. It does not publish letters, short papers, news letters or commercial advertisements. The journal promises speedy publication of manuscripts within 6 months from the time of submission.The topics covered by JAFM in all aspects of theoretical, numerical and experimental fluid mechanics, include the following fields.


     Turbulence      Multi-Phase Flows
     Instabilities and Transition      Industrial Fluid Mechanics
     Computational Fluid Dynamics(CFD)      Bio-Fluid Mechanics
     Aerospace Fluid      Flow Visualization
     Geophysical Fluid Dynamics      Flow Measurement
     Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics      Flow Control
     Gas Dynamics      Flow Induced Vibration
     Boundary Layer Flows      Heat and Mass Transfer
     Environmental Fluid mechanics      Magneto-Hydrodynamics
     Combustion and Reacting Flows      Aeroacoustics and Aeroelasticity
     Hydrodynamics and Hydraulics      Porous Media Flows
     Fluid machinery      Swirling Flows
     Blunt-Body Aerodynamics      Micro- and Nano-Fluid Dynamics

The journal serves as a focal point of contact and exchange for the many kinds of specialists and practitioners concerned with applied aspects of fluid mechanics. Thus, the aforementioned topics are not restricted and may be evolved and modified from time to time. Each field may be used as the key words for assigning manuscripts to the corresponding Associate Editors.


Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics

The Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics (JAFM) is an international, peer-reviewed journal which covers a wide range of theoretical, numerical and experimental aspects in fluid mechanics. The emphasis is on the applications in different engineering fields rather than on pure mathematical or physical aspects in fluid mechanics. Although many high quality journals pertaining to different aspects of fluid mechanics presently exist, research in the field is rapidly escalating.