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Fluid-Structure-Interaction

General

• The course will take place on Tuesdays, 14:00 to 15:30 in room 115 at Schinkelstr. 2. During the first half of the semester, there will also be a practical session in the same room on Mondays from 15:30 to 16:15 pm preparing for the homework problem.

• The lecture language is English.

• Workload: 4CP (V2/Ü1)

• Campus: 17ws-35008

L2P

• Start date: lecture starts on Oct. 10

• Instructors:

Course description

Think of a flag moving in the wind or blood flowing in arteries in order to get an idea off what fluid-structure-interaction (FSI) phenomena are. They are characterized by an interplay between deforming structure and a surrounding fluid. On the one hand, the structure deforms as a result of the load exerted by the flow field. On the other hand, this deformation affects the flow field so that the load on the structure changes. For the modeling and simulation of FSI phenomena, neither the fluid nor the solid can be viewed separately.

Additional reading

• Bazilevs, Takizawa, and Tezduyar: Computational Fluid-Structure-Interaction: Methods and Applications, Wiley, 2013

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