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Aims and scope

Aims and scope

Advances in Aerodynamics (AIA) is aimed to report the scientific and technological advances in aerodynamics from the aspects of academic research, industrial development and engineering applications, and  to provide a platform for ideas exchange and discussion in this fast-changing field. The journal welcomes reviews and regular papers of novel studies on aerodynamic science and engineering.  The topics include but are not limited to:

  • Theoretical and Computational Aerodynamics
     ▪  Equilibrium and non-equilibrium flow 
     ▪  Numerical method and validation 
     ▪  Turbulent flow modeling and simulation
     ▪  Multiple physical field simulation
  • Experimental Aerodynamics
     ▪  Wind tunnel experiments
     ▪  Propulsion and combustion
     ▪  Flow visualization
     ▪  Measurement and control techniques
  •  Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics
     ▪  Buildings and bridges
     ▪  Automobiles and high-speed ground vehicles
     ▪  Renewable energies
     ▪  Environmental wind engineering      
  • Related Cross-disciplinary Aerodynamics
     ▪  Aeroacoustics
     ▪  Aero-optics
     ▪  Aeroelasticity
     ▪  Aerodynamic stealth

      

      

      

      

Affiliated with

  • Advances in Aerodynamics is affiliated with the Chinese Aerodynamics Research Society, which is supported by China Aerodynamics Research and Development Center

    Chinese Aerodynamics Research Society (CARS) is a national, academic and non-profit social organization voluntarily formed by the academics practitioners and institutions engaged in aerodynamic research. It is also a constituent of China Association for Science and Technology.

    Dedicated to promoting academic exchanges and scientific popularization in the field of aerodynamics in China, CARS has published several professional journals and organized activities such as Chinese Conference of Aerodynamics Annual Meeting, National Aeroelastic Academic Exchange Meeting, National Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics.

Annual Journal Metrics

  • Speed
    36 days from submission to first decision 
    85 days from submission to acceptance

    Usage 
    47,371 downloads