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Journal of Turbomachinery

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Applied Mechanics Reviews Audio Interview: Prof. Avram Bar-Cohen, part 1
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Prof. Avram Bar Cohen of the University of Maryland is a leading expert in thermal packaging of micro and nanosystems, and a forward thinker on technological leadership, forecasting, and management. He is an honorary member and Fellow of the ASME and a recent recipient of the 75th Anniversary Medal of ASME's Heat Transfer Division in recognition of service and contributions far beyond the call of duty. This AMR audio interview features his personal reflections on cutting edge research in thermal management and miniaturization, a career of service to the applied mechanics community, the needs for flexible funding and training mechanisms, and the Brooklyn soccer leagues.

About This Journal

The Journal of Turbomachinery publishes archival-quality, peer-reviewed technical papers that advance the state-of-the-art of turbomachinery technology related to gas turbine engines. The broad scope of the subject matter includes the fluid dynamics, heat transfer and aeromechanics technology associated with the design, analysis, modeling, testing and performance of turbomachinery. Emphasis is placed on gas-path technologies associated with axial compressors, centrifugal compressors and turbines.

Editor:  Ronald S. Bunker,
GE Global Research Center
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ISSN: 0889-504X
eISSN: 1528-8900
CODEN: JOTUEI
Frequency: Quarterly
Scope:
Aerodynamic design, analysis and test of compressor and turbine blading; compressor stall, surge and operability issues; heat transfer phenomena and film cooling design, analysis and test in turbines, aeromechanical instabilities, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) applied to turbomachinery, boundary layer development, measurement techniques, and cavity and leaking flows.

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