3rd International Conference on Fluid Flow and Thermal Science (ICFFTS’22)


The 3rd International Conference on Fluid Flow and Thermal Science invites you to propose a symposium.

The proposed symposium, if accepted, will be co-located with and under the umbrella of the conference.

Proposals by prospective chairs should be submitted to and will be evaluated by the Organizing and Scientific Committees. Upon approval, the Organizing Committee will disseminate the news through the conference website and call for papers. To obtain a high attendance, we kindly ask that the prospective chairs also publicize the event and personally contact researchers who they think will be interested to contribute. The minimum number of registered presenters for the event to take place is 7. Should attendance reach this minimum requirement, registration fees for the Chair will be waived.

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Symposium 1: Microbubbles/Bubbles/Droplets Generation Methods And Applications

Symposium Chair:
Dr. Faik Hamad
Teesside University, United Kingdom


Bubbles/droplets have been classified into three different categories based on the diameter of the bubble. The microbubble (diameter > 100μm, microbubbles (0.2μm < d < 100μm) and nanobubbles (bubble under 0.2μm ).The bubble size influenced by the microbubble generation method and turbulent in the flow.

The bubbles have a wide spectrum of applications in energy, oil and gas, process, aquaculture. Original and review articles are considered in the following and any relevant displines:

  • Microbubble generation technology
  • Bubble breakup and coalesces theory
  • Measurement’s techniques
  • Computational modelling of bubbly in flow
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Applications of microbubble/bubble in aquaculture and water treatment.
  • Boiling/condensation process heat pipes
  • Control combustion temperature to reduce pollution
  • microbubble for CO2 capture and similar applications
  • Reduce friction on the surfaces of the objects moving in liquid


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Notification to Authors


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