Advances in Fluid-Structure Interaction

Updated contributions reflecting new findings presented at the ERCOFTAC Symposium on Unsteady Separation in Fluid-Structure Interaction, 17-21 June 2013, St John Resort, Mykonos, Greece

Marianna Braza (Redaktør) ; Alessandro Bottaro (Redaktør) ; Mark Thompson (Redaktør)

Serie: Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design 133

This book addresses flow separation
within the context of fluid-structure interaction phenomena. Here, new
findings from two research communities focusing on fluids and structures are
brought together, emphasizing the importance of a unified multidisciplinary
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This book addresses flow separation
within the context of fluid-structure interaction phenomena. Here, new
findings from two research communities focusing on fluids and structures are
brought together, emphasizing the importance of a unified multidisciplinary
approach. The book covers the theory, experimental findings, numerical
simulations, and modeling in fluid dynamics and structural mechanics for both
incompressible and compressible separated unsteady flows. There is a focus on
the morphing of lifting structures in order to increase their aerodynamic
and/or hydrodynamic performances, to control separation and to reduce
noise, as well as to inspire the design of novel structures. The different
chapters are based on contributions presented at the ERCOFTAC Symposium on
Unsteady Separation in Fluid-Structure Interaction held in Mykonos, Greece,
17-21 June, 2013 and include extended discussions and new highlights. The
book is intended for students, researchers and practitioners in the broad field
of computational fluid dynamics and computational structural mechanics. It aims
at supporting them while dealing with practical issues, such as developing
control strategies for unsteady separation and applying smart materials and
biomimetic approaches for design and control.

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