Prospective faculty, researchers, students, and participants from industry are invited to submit their original research work in Heat Transfer and Fluid Dynamics to the conference (AHTFD-22). The paper should be on the prescribed template including abstract of maximum 250 words and 5 keywords. Authors are requested to limit the similarity index to 20%. The received manuscripts will be reviewed by technical committee. All papers accepted for the conference will be provided to the participants in electronic format during the conference.
Select papers from the conference will be published by Springer as a proceedings book volume. Springer will conduct quality checks on the accepted papers and only papers that pass these checks will be published. Springer Nature does not charge any money for publication of Non-Open Access content. Abstracts/extended abstracts and short papers (less than 4 pages) are not considered for publication.
At least one author must register for a paper to be included in the conference proceedings.

Conference Topics

Various technical sessions on the following topics are planned in the areas of heat transfer and fluid dynamics

  • Conduction and Radiation heat transfer
  • Forced, free and Mixed convection
  • Fluidized Bed and Porous media
  • Multi-phase flows and phase change heat transfer
  • Thermal management of electronic devices and batteries
  • Thermal control in vehicles
  • Environmental heat and mass transfer
  • Heat transfer augmentation techniques
  • Micro and nano-scale phenomena
  • Combustion processes and applications
  • Flow instabilities and transition
  • AI and ML in heat transfer and fluid flow
  • Flow visualization and image processing
  • Turbulent heat transfer/ Molecular fluid dynamics
  • Computational fluid dynamics
  • Fluid structure interaction
  • Experimental techniques and instrumentation
  • Microfluidics
  • Flow Control
  • Bio-fluid dynamics
  • Energy conservation and heat transfer in buildings
  • Renewable energy systems
  • Wind, Tidal and Geothermal energy