# Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction

• ID: 4519470
• Book
• 523 Pages
• Elsevier Science and Technology
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Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction: Methods, Models, and Applications provides detailed explanations of a range of FSI models, their mathematical formulations, validations, and applications, with an emphasis on conservative unstructured-grid FVM. The first part of the book presents the nascent numerical methods, algorithms and solvers for both compressible and incompressible flows, computational structural dynamics (CSD), parallel multigrid, IOM, IMM and ALE methods. The second half covers the validations of these numerical methods and solvers, as well as their applications in a broad range of areas in basic research and engineering.

• Provides a comprehensive overview of the latest numerical methods used in FSI, including the unstructured-grid finite volume method (FVM), parallel multigrid scheme, overlapping mesh, immersed object method (IOM), immersed membrane method (IMM), arbitrary Lagragian-Eulerian (ALE), and more
• Provides full details of the numerical methods, solvers and their validations
• Compares different methods to help readers more effectively choose the right approach for their own FSI problems
• Features real-life FSI case studies, such as large eddy simulation of aeroelastic flutter of a wing, parallel computation of a bio-prosthetic heart valve, and ALE study of a micro aerial vehicle
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1. Introduction 2. Mathematical Formulation for Preconditioned Compressible Flow Solver 3. Mathematical Formulation for Incompressible Flow Solver 4. Mathematical Formulation for Computational Structural Dynamics 5. The Multigrid Method 6. Parallel Computation 7. The Immersed Object Method with Overlapping Grids 8. Immersed Membrane Method and Fluid-Structure Interaction 9. Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian Method and Fluid Structure Interaction 10. IMM FSI Model Validations and Applications 11. IMM FSI Model Validations and Applications for Incompressible Flows 12. IMM FSI Model Validations and Applications for Compressible Flow

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