144 Experiments in Fluids 6 (1988) Second international symposium on fluid control and measurement (FLUCOME), University of Sheffield, England, September 5-9, 1988 This is the second international symposium under the title - fluid measurement; FLUCOME arising from the original Japanese Fluidics Symposi- - numerical and physical flow visualization. um of 1965. The original symposium interest areas broadened to Contributions from within the following applications areas embrace FLUid COntrol and MEasurement. The aim is to give the which present special difficulties are particularly welcome: two- opportunity for researchers, analysts, practising engineers and phase flow, bio-fluid mechanics, combustors and engines, nuclear power plant, nuclear fuel re-processing, rotating machinery. equipment manufacturers to exchange up-to-the-minute results and experience, with emphasis on: For more detailed information contact: - fluid mechanics: fundamental studies of flow phenomena relat- Prof. R. F. Boucher, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, The Uni- versity of Sheffield, Mappin Street, Sheffield S1 3JD, United King- ing to control and measurements; - fluid control; dom
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