Mathematics and Physics of Fluids
Acta Numerica is the top-cited journal for the last two years in MathSciNet. Its annual collection of review articles includes survey papers by leading researchers in numerical analysis and scientific computing. The papers present overviews of recent advances and provide state-of-the-art techniques and analysis. Covering the breadth of numerical analysis, articles are written in a style accessible to researchers at all levels and can serve as advanced teaching aids. Broad subject areas for inclusion are computational methods in linear algebra, optimization, ordinary and partial differential equations, approximation theory, stochastic analysis and nonlinear dynamical systems, as well as the application of computational techniques in science and engineering and the mathematical theory underlying numerical methods.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics
Journal of Fluid Mechanics is the leading international journal in the field and is essential reading for all those concerned with developments in fluid mechanics. It publishes authoritative articles covering theoretical, computational and experimental investigations of all aspects of the mechanics of fluids. Each issue contains papers both on the fundamental aspects of fluid mechanics and on their applications to other fields such as aeronautics, astrophysics, biology, chemical and mechanical engineering, hydraulics, materials, meteorology, oceanography, geology, acoustics and combustion.
Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences
The primary focus of the journal is on stochastic modelling in the physical and engineering sciences, with particular emphasis on queueing theory, reliability theory, inventory theory, simulation, mathematical finance and probabilistic networks and graphs. Papers on analytic properties and related disciplines are also considered, as well as more general papers on applied and computational probability, if appropriate. Readers include academics working in statistics, operations research, computer science, engineering, management science and physical sciences as well as industrial practitioners engaged in telecommunications, computer science, financial engineering, operations research and management science.