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Theme : "The Ninth JSME-KSME Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference (TFEC9)"

  1. Preface
    T. HASHIMOTO,S. MATSUDA,H.J. Park
  2. How Turbulence Begins in a Transitional Flat-Plate Boundary Layer
    Yu FUKUNISHI, Yu NISIO, Seiichiro IZAWA (Tohoku University), Joe YOSHIKAWA (Industrial Technology Institute, Miyagi Prefectural Government)
  3. Numerical Simulation of Solidification and Deposition of Single Molten Droplet by Means of E-MPS Method
    S. KONDO, H. MAMORI (Tokyo University of Science), N. FUKUSHIMA (Tokai University), M. YAMAMOTO (Tokyo University of Science)
  4. Numerical simulation of a parallel plate particle separator for measurement of charging state of PM2.5
    Takuto YONEMICHI, Koji FUKAGATA, Kentaro FUJIOKA, Tomoaki OKUDA(Keio University)
  5. Effect of viscoelastic Mach numbers on propulsive forces of a model helical flagellum in a viscoelastic fluid
    Kazuya TAJIMA, Fumihiko MIKAMI(Chiba University)
  6. Measurement of Ionic Current Fields by Using Variable Microgap Electrodes
    Takashi Fukuda, Kentaro Doi, Satoyuki Kawano (Osaka University)

 

Preface

The 9th JSME-KSME Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference (TFEC9) was held from 27 to 30, Oct., 2017 at Okinawa Convention Center of Ginowan City, Okinawa. The conference has plenary lecture, 12 organized sessions, general sessions and 2 joint sessions of thermal and fluids engineering from the fluid engineering division. The schedule was forced to change due to the influence of the typhoon, but information exchange was actively carried out by researchers and experts from both countries.

 This issue of the newsletter is “The 9th JSME-KSME Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference” , and totally 5 articles related to this conference are reported. Articles are contributed by Prof. Yu Fukunishi of plenary lecturer and 4 recipients of the best presentation award of the fluid engineering division. The article from Prof. Fukunishi provides a topic based on his longtime of research. In addition, the articles from the young researchers argue their latest research politely. It is expected that articles are informative for engineers and researchers, 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, Shoichi Matsuda, H.J. Park

Last update: 29.3.2018