Call for papers - EPJ N Topical Issue on Liquid-gas and liquid-vapour flows: theory, simulation and experiments
- Published on 21 October 2020
Submissions are invited for a Topical Issue of EPJ N on Liquid-gas and liquid-vapour flows: theory, simulation and experiments.
Multiphase liquid-vapour flows appear in natural and in a large variety of industrial processes in various forms.
These flows feature multi-scale, multi-physics, unsteady, turbulent and essentially non-linear phenomena: vapour nucleation, bubble growth and detachment, the existence of deformable and moving interfaces that support fluid properties discontinuities, bubble break-up and coalescence, flow regime transition, shock formation, turbulence, and fluid-structure interaction.
The accurate prediction of these flows in the real design is a crucial challenge for the industry. Significant advances have been made for reproducing the complete physical similarity focused on developing dedicated methods and tools in the realization of a full up-scale approach. Many open challenges towards the accurate prediction of these flows in the complexity of the industrial systems are still to be addressed.
This special issue aims to review the current state-of-the-art findings in analytical, numerical, modelling and experimental research, to improve the basic understanding of liquid-gas and liquid-vapour flows. Its goal is to spread new modelling techniques, innovative experimental methods and important insights towards a better understanding of two-phase physics in realistic configurations.
This special issue is open to a broad spectrum of modelling, numerical or experimental investigations. Communications emphasizing the replicability of results coming from laboratory operating conditions to industrial applications (e.g. similarity, scaling, transposition…) are encouraged and will be highly appreciated.
The application field is not limited to the nuclear one; other fields of investigation are welcome. We invite contributors to communicate their intention to submit manuscripts for this Topical Issue to the Guest Editors as soon as possible. It will also be appreciated if you can provide the tentative title of the paper and a short abstract whenever possible. We refer you to the journal’s instructions for authors to provide you with some guidance on how to prepare your article.
The full manuscripts should be submitted before the deadline directly to the EPJN Editorial Office at https://articlestatus.edpsciences.org/is/epjn/home.php .
Submission Deadline: April 30, 2021.
The Guest Editors
Guillaume BOIS CEA/DES
Fabrice FRANCOIS CEA, Nuclear Energy Division, France
Guillaume RICCIARDI CEA/DES
Maria Giovanna RODIO CEA/DEN, France
Lionel ROSSI CEA/DES
“INSIDER” – New topical issue published in EPJ Nuclear Sciences & Technologies
- Published on 27 July 2020
EPJ Nuclear Sciences & Technologies (EPJ N) is pleased to present the new topical issue “INSIDER”, guest edited by Laura Aldave De Las Heras, Nuclear Safety & Security Directorate, European Commission, and Danièle Roudil, CEA and University of Montpellier.
The Horizon 2020 Euratom European project 'Improved Nuclear Site characterisation for waste minimisation in Decommissioning and Dismantling operations under constrained Environment' (INSIDER) was launched in June 2017, spanning 4 years. The project aims to improve the management of nuclear waste with medium or high radioactivity levels from nuclear sites under decommissioning and dismantling, or other constrained environments.
“Euratom Research and Training in 2019: challenges, achievements and future perspectives” – new topical issue published in EPJ Nuclear Sciences & Technologies
- Published on 20 May 2020
EPJ Nuclear Sciences and Technologies (EPJ N) is pleased to announce the new topical issue “Euratom Research and Training in 2019: challenges, achievements and future perspectives” guest edited by R. Garbil, C. Davies, and D. Diaconu.
Topical issue now complete: “Progress in the Science and Technology of Nuclear Reactors using Molten Salts” (March 2020)
- Published on 19 March 2020
“Progress in the Science and Technology of Nuclear Reactors using Molten Salts” – new topical issue published in EPJ Nuclear Sciences & Technologies
- Published on 28 November 2019
EPJ Nuclear Sciences & Technologies (EPJ N) is pleased to announce the new topical issue, “Progress in the Science and Technology of Nuclear Reactors using Molten Salts”, guest edited by Jan Leen Kloosterman (TU Delft), Elsa Merle (LPSC-IN2P3-CNRS, UJF, Grenoble INP) and Jean Ragusa (Texas A&M University).
Novel approach for the study of reactive dissolution (April 2018)
- Published on 04 April 2018
With the goal of understanding and modelling the reactive dissolution of solids, new microscopic methods have been developed for the investigations of the phenomena and kinetics of these reactions, and applied to the dissolution of uranium dioxide in nitric acid media.
EPJ-N accepted for Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) (November 2016)
- Published on 08 November 2016
EDP Sciences are pleased to announce that EPJ Nuclear Sciences and Technologies (EPJ-N) has been accepted for indexing in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). This means that articles published in the journal will be searchable, discoverable and citable via Web of Science.
ESCI expands the depth of indexed publications in Web of Science by providing earlier visibility for sources under evaluation as part of the Science Citation Index Expanded™ (SCIE) rigorous journal selection process. ESCI includes high-quality, peer-reviewed publications of regional importance and in emerging scientific fields and therefore makes additional content of importance to funders, opinion leaders, and evaluators visible in Web of Science.
EPJ-N is a fully open access journal for the communication of original research, ideas and developments in all areas of the peaceful use of nuclear energy, as well as on applications of nuclear particles and radiation.
EPJ.org Mobile App available (May 2016)
- Published on 19 May 2016
EDP Sciences launches EPJ.org mobile app. Available and free to download from the iTunes App Store and from Google Play (for Android devices).
Keep up with the latest research in the physical sciences with the EPJ Journals app. The app offers a news sections with lay summaries highlighting the findings reported in selected research papers, updates on the journals contents as soon as they are published, including research papers, reviews, colloquia and proceedings papers from all European Physical Journals (http://www.epj.org). You can search to find specific papers, navigate the journals contents by issue and find out about active calls for papers.
EPJ is a series of peer-reviewed journals dedicated to high quality science, edited by distinguished researchers from across the world, published by EDP Sciences, the Società Italiana di Fisica and Springer.
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First articles published in EPJ N Nuclear Sciences & Technologies a new fully Open Access Journal from EDP Open (November 2015)
- Published on 30 November 2015
EPJ N is a forum for the communication of original research, ideas and developments in all areas of the peaceful use of nuclear energy, as well as on applications of nuclear particles and radiation and aims to serve its academic community, industry professionals, research institutions, government agencies and policy-makers concerned with the research, technological development and application of nuclear science and technology.
I’m proud to announce the first articles in EPJ N, which provides authoritative and up-to-date information on the field of nuclear science and technology and promotes the exchange of ideas and research within the nuclear and atomic science communities
Editor-in-Chief Christophe Béhar
Director General of the CEA’s Nuclear Energy Division (French Atomic Energy Commission)
… these articles demonstrate the journals commitment to providing a peer-review platform to identify areas of growth and support the development of nuclear technology and applications in various markets for peaceful purposes through the study of nuclear science, technology and resources
Co-Editor-in-Chief Bernard Bonin
Deputy Scientific Director of the CEA’s, Nuclear Energy Division
As well as fully open access journals, EDP Open provides free and open access to more than 80,000 scientific articles from across all EDP Sciences’ journals and also hundreds of conference proceedings.
Here is a selection of the first published articles
Why nuclear energy is essential to reduce anthropogenic greenhouse gas emission rates
Agustin Alonso, Barry W. Brook, Daniel A. Meneley, Jozef Misak, Tom Blees and Jan B. van Erp
Monte Carlo MSM correction factors for control rod worth estimates in subcritical and near-critical fast neutron reactors
Jean-Luc Lecouey, Anatoly Kochetkov, Antonin Krása, Peter Baeten, Vincente Bécares, Annick Billebaud, Sébastien Chabod, Thibault Chevret, Xavier Doligez, François-René Lecolley et al.
Heterogeneous world model and collaborative scenarios of transition to globally sustainable nuclear energy systems
Vladimir Kuznetsov and Galina Fesenko