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Theme : "The Conference of Fluid Engineering Division (March issue)”

  1. Preface
  2. Wind Tunnel Tests for Research and Development of Trains
    Atsushi IDO (Railway Technical Research Institute)
  3. Drag Reduction Effect of Turbulent Pipe Flow with Traveling Wavy Elastic Wall
    Seiya NAKAZAWA, Takaaki SHIMURA, Akihiko MITSUISHI, Kaoru IWAMOTO and Akira MURATA
    (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
  4. Growth Process of Vorticity Formed on a Moving Elastic Airfoil
    Chigusa TONE, Masaki FUCHIWAKI (Kyushu Institute of Technology)
  5. Study of identification of large-scale turbulence structures in drag-reducing turbulent boundary layer flow by  means of stereoscopic PIV measurements
    Makoto HIRANO, Shinji TAMANO, Toru YAMADA and Youhei MORINISHI (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
  6. NEW drink
    Kengo HAMADA (Meisei University)



―  Theme : "The Conference of Fluid Engineering Division"  ―

97th JSME Fluids Engineering Conference was held from 7 to 8, Nov., 2019 at Toyohashi city of Aichi Prefecture. The conference had three keynotes, one special lecture, 11 organized sessions and industrial sessions. All lectures were the same poster presentation format as last year, and active discussions were carried out in all sessions. At the first day of the conference, the 17th dream of flow contest was held, and 8 ingenious works were successfully presented and exhibited under the theme of “Let's express the feeling of the flow”.

This issue of the newsletter is “The Conference of Fluid Engineering Division”. The speakers of the keynote lectures, JSME young researcher best presentation fellow award and fluid engineering conference best presentation award provided articles. Furthermore, the teams of first place and first runner-up of the dream of flow contest were reported about the work. A wide variety of articles is reported thanks to cooperation of many authors. Therefore, the articles are released in two parts. We hope that the articles are informative for engineers and researchers in our field and help to share the activities of the fluids engineering division in the future.

Finally, we would like to thank all the authors for their contributions.

Tokitada Hashimoto (Saga University)
Shoichi Matsuda (University of the Ryukyus)
H.J. Park (Hokkaido University)

Last Update:3.17.2020