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Fluid Mechanics Webinar Series

Every Friday through the autumn, Cambridge University Press and the Journal of Fluid Mechanics partner with the Leeds Institute of Fluid Dynamics, the UK Fluids Network and the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge to deliver a free webinar.

Details of upcoming webinars, how to register, past speakers and video recordings of previous webinars can be found here. We hope you'll join us!


JFM Author Workshop and Introduction to Flow

In 2020 authors had an opportunity to meet Asia JFM and Flow editors to discover what JFM Editors look for when they access a paper. If you missed the workshop or if you're new to the community, great news: you can watch the workshop in full via the video on the right!

 

 

Multimedia Fluid Mechanics Online



The perfect complement to any course in fluid mechanics, this online product combines original content from the DVD with a new interface optimized for web and mobile.

Multimedia Fluid Mechanics has been developed with the support of the National Science Foundation.

Key features include

  • Extensive media library of over 800 components, spanning the 8 modules: kinematics, dynamics, interfacial phenomena, similarity and scaling, boundary levels, turbulence, control volumes and history
  • Original DVD content, full optimized for all major browsers and operating systems
  • View animations and interact with virtual labs
  • MathJax-enabled for accurate rendering of mathematical notations


Access for institutions

Multimedia Fluid Mechanics Online is available for universities, libraries, corporations and other institutions as an annual subscription. Multi-year subscriptions are available upon request.

Find out why Multimedia Fluid Mechanics Online is the ideal supplement to your fluid mechanics course

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