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ICCHMT 2015 : International Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer - 2015

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Link: http://nitw.ac.in/icchmt_2015/index.php
 
When Nov 30, 2015 - Dec 2, 2015
Where National Institute of Technology Waranga
Submission Deadline Aug 20, 2015
Categories    applied mathematics and engg.   computational fluid dynamics   computational heat mass transf   nanofluids
 

Call For Papers

A wide range of topics related to classical and emerging areas of computational methods in heat and mass transfer for both steady and transient states will be welcome. Topics on Computational methods will include but are not limited to

1. Boundary layer flow and heat and mass transfer
2. Natural, forced and mixed convection
3. Environmental heat and mass transfer
4. Turbulent heat and mass transfer
5. Single and multiphase flow and heat and mass transfer
6. Double diffusive convection
7. Convective heat and mass transfer in solar heating and cooling systems
8. Heat and Mass transfer in fuel cells, Biomedical devices/Biological systems
9. Fluid Flow, Heat and mass transfer in Micro/Nano Scales
10. Pollutant dispersion and thermo-solutal convection

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