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FROM THE GUEST EDITORS, 2019, SUPPLEMENT 3

ABSTRACT
The mathematical models for the heat and fluid flow based on the Newton-Leibniz calculus have been successfully developed to describe the transport processes of the heat and mass transfer in fluid, solid and gases. Since the nature is fractal, there exists a great many of the mathematical models for them based on the other calculi due to the limitation of the classical models for them.
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