Fluid structure interaction II : modelling, simulation, optimization / Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Miriam Mehl, Michael Schäfer, editors.

Contributor(s): Bungartz, H.-J. Hans-Joachim [editor] | Mehl, Miriam [editor] | Schäfer, Michael, 1960 January 15- [editor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture notes in computational science and engineering ; 73Copyright date: Heidelberg : New York ; Springer, 2010Edition: First EditionDescription: viii, 424 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 9783642142055 (alk. paper); 3642142052 (alk. paper); 9783642142062 (eISBN)Subject(s): Fluid-structure interaction | Mathematics | Computer science | Engineering mathematics | Interacción fluido-estructura | Matemáticas | Ciencias de la Computación | Ingeniería matemáticaDDC classification: 624.171
Partial contents:
Multi-Level Accelerated Sub-Iterations for Fluid-Structure Interaction -- A Classification of Interface Treatments for FSI -- Computer Modeling and Analysis of the Orion Spacecraft Parachutes -- Stability Issues in Partitioned FSI Calculations -- Hydroelastic Analysis and Response of Pontoon-Type Very Large Floating Structures -- Efficient Numerical Simulation and Optimization of Fluid-Structure Interaction -- An Adaptive Finite Element Method for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems Based on a Fully Eulerian Formulation -- Numerical Simulation and Benchmarking of a Monolithic Multigrid Solver for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems with Application to Hemodynamics -- Numerical Simulation of Fluid{u2013}Structure Interaction Using Eddy{u2013}Resolving Schemes -- Partitioned Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction on Cartesian Grids -- An Explicit Model for Three-Dimensional Fluid-Structure Interaction using LBM and p-FEM -- An XFEM Based Fixed-Grid Approach for 3D Fluid-Structure Interaction -- Fluid-Structure Interaction in the Context of Shape Optimization and Computational Wind Engineering -- Experimental Benchmark: Self-Excited Fluid-Structure Interaction Test Cases -- Numerical Benchmarking of Fluid-Structure Interaction: A Comparison of Different Discretization and Solution Approaches.
Abstract: Fluid-structure interactions (FSI), i.e., the interplay of some moveable or deformable structure with an internal or surrounding fluid, are among the most widespread and most challenging coupled or multi-physics problems. Although much has been accomplished in developing good computational FSI methods and despite convincing solutions to a number of classes of problems including those presented in this book, there is a need for more comprehensive studies showing that the computational methods proposed are reliable, robust, and efficient beyond the classes of problems they have successfully been applied to. This volume of LNCSE, a sequel to vol. 53, which contained, among others, the first numerical benchmark for FSI problems and has received considerable attention since then, presents a collection of papers from the "First International Workshop on Computational Engineering - special focus FSI," held in Herrsching in October 2009 and organized by three DFG-funded consortia. The papers address all relevant aspects of FSI simulation and discuss FSI from the mathematical, informatical, and engineering perspective.
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Multi-Level Accelerated Sub-Iterations for Fluid-Structure Interaction -- A Classification of Interface Treatments for FSI -- Computer Modeling and Analysis of the Orion Spacecraft Parachutes -- Stability Issues in Partitioned FSI Calculations -- Hydroelastic Analysis and Response of Pontoon-Type Very Large Floating Structures -- Efficient Numerical Simulation and Optimization of Fluid-Structure Interaction -- An Adaptive Finite Element Method for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems Based on a Fully Eulerian Formulation -- Numerical Simulation and Benchmarking of a Monolithic Multigrid Solver for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems with Application to Hemodynamics -- Numerical Simulation of Fluid{u2013}Structure Interaction Using Eddy{u2013}Resolving Schemes -- Partitioned Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction on Cartesian Grids -- An Explicit Model for Three-Dimensional Fluid-Structure Interaction using LBM and p-FEM -- An XFEM Based Fixed-Grid Approach for 3D Fluid-Structure Interaction -- Fluid-Structure Interaction in the Context of Shape Optimization and Computational Wind Engineering -- Experimental Benchmark: Self-Excited Fluid-Structure Interaction Test Cases -- Numerical Benchmarking of Fluid-Structure Interaction: A Comparison of Different Discretization and Solution Approaches.


Fluid-structure interactions (FSI), i.e., the interplay of some moveable or deformable structure with an internal or surrounding fluid, are among the most widespread and most challenging coupled or multi-physics problems. Although much has been accomplished in developing good computational FSI methods and despite convincing solutions to a number of classes of problems including those presented in this book, there is a need for more comprehensive studies showing that the computational methods proposed are reliable, robust, and efficient beyond the classes of problems they have successfully been applied to. This volume of LNCSE, a sequel to vol. 53, which contained, among others, the first numerical benchmark for FSI problems and has received considerable attention since then, presents a collection of papers from the "First International Workshop on Computational Engineering - special focus FSI," held in Herrsching in October 2009 and organized by three DFG-funded consortia. The papers address all relevant aspects of FSI simulation and discuss FSI from the mathematical, informatical, and engineering perspective.

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