Ocean and Environmental Fluid Research (OEFR)
Ocean and Environmental Fluid Research (OEFR) provides an open access medium for the publication of the original research and development work in a range of fields relevant to ocean engineering and environmental fluid mechanics. Some of the main topics include: Wave mechanics; Fluid-structure interaction; Hydrodynamics; Floating and moored system dynamics; Design of offshore structures; Subsea engineering; Ocean energy systems; Offshore engineering; Naval architecture; Marine structural mechanics; Safety and reliability; Computational fluid dynamics; Port and waterfront design and engineering; Underwater technology; Geotechnology; Ocean mining; Coastal engineering; Marine environmental engineering; Ocean acoustics; Oceanographical engineering; Buoyancy and Stability; Ocean modeling and Natural fluid systems.
Benefits of publishing with OEFR are Fast peer-review (about one month) and publishing process (less than 2 weeks after acceptance), Indexing and abstracting by various open access sources, Guaranteed quality (peer review managed by qualified international reviewers), High readership visibility.
-The high quality papers selected and presented in the following conferences will be published in special issue of the journal.