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Computational Mechanics of Fluid-Structure Interaction: Computational Methods for Coupled Fluid-Structure Analysis

Rajeev Kumar Jaiman, Vaibhav Joshi, 9811653542, 978-9811653544, 9789811653544, B09MRVD3FS

English | 2022 | PDF | 18 MB | 337 Pages

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This  book is intended to provide a compilation of the state-of-the-art  numerical methods for nonlinear fluid-structure interaction using the  moving boundary Lagrangian-Eulerian formulation. Single and two-phase  viscous incompressible fluid flows are considered with the increasing  complexity of structures ranging from rigid-body, linear elastic and  nonlinear large deformation to fully-coupled flexible multibody system.  This book is unique with regard to computational modeling of such  complex fluid-structure interaction problems at high Reynolds numbers,  whereby various coupling techniques are introduced and systematically  discussed. The techniques are demonstrated for large-scale practical  problems in aerospace and marine/offshore engineering.
This book  also provides a comprehensive understanding of underlying unsteady  physics and coupled mechanical aspects of the fluid-structure  interaction from a computational point of view. Using the body-fitted  and moving mesh formulations, the physical insights associated with  structure-to-fluid mass ratios (i.e., added mass effects), Reynolds  number, large structural deformation, free surface, and other  interacting physical fields are covered. The book includes the basic  tools necessary to build the concepts required for modeling such coupled  fluid-structure interaction problems, thus exposing the reader to  advanced topics of multiphysics and multiscale phenomena.