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Books on fluid-structure interaction
hi
I would like to know good books to start with fluid structure interaction problems : ALE, moving mesh,... thanks by advance. |

Re: Books on fluid-structure interaction
"COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS WITH MOVING BOUNDARIES" Wei Shyy, H.S. Udaykumar, Madhukar M.Rao, Richard W.Smith
' Introduction to "An Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian Computing Method for All Flow Speeds" ' J. Computational Physics 135, 198-202(1997) 'Computational Methods for Transient Analysis' edited by T.Belytschko and T.J.R. Hughes ch.10 ALE FEM J. Donea. ALE f.e. computations of fluid-structure interaction problems, Takashi Nomura, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 112 (1994) 291-308. What about considering 'Immersed boundary method ' ? |

Re: Books on fluid-structure interaction
could u tell me a little more about "immersed boundary method" ? u seem to be one partisan of this method...
and internet ressources about fluid structure interaction ? thank u Charles. |

Re: Books on fluid-structure interaction
I'm PhD candidate. The topic of my thesis is LES of flow around square cylinder.
One of current CFD trend is LES. Now I just finised turbulence intensity contours around cylinder surface. Comparing the results with the experimental results(Fig.5(a)) of Lyn and Rodi's paper, there is some discrepancy. But the phase averaged streamwise velocity and velocity gradient are somewhat reasonable range. At current stage, the biggest and serious problem is how to treat wall boundary condition. Due to an inaccurate wall model, there is some discrepancy between my calculation and Lyn and Rodi's data. One of PhD student in my group did the same experimental test and I'll use the data to compare. Based on phase averaged streamlines of velocity vectors, two experiments show somewhat different results. The reason I mention above is that one of the current trend is LES. Some groups doing FSI(Fluid Structure Interaction) using IBM(immersed boundary method) and LES as turbulence model. Depends on your structure, numerical scheme could be changed but the main concept is the same. The followings are articles of IBM. I can not afford time to finish this part. After finishing my degree, I'll start on this part. So now I'm doing the analysis of turbulent flow around fixed cylinder. JCP : Journal of Computational Physics An Immersed-Boundary Finite-Volume Method for Simulations of Flow in Complex Geometries JCP 171, 132-150(2000) Combined immersed-boundary/B-spline methods for simulations of flow in complex geometries Center for Turbulence Researc, Annual Research Briefs 1997, by J.Mohd-Yusof Development of immersed boundary methods for complex geometries Center for Turbulence Researc, Annual Research Briefs 1998, by J.Mohd-Yusof Combined Immersed-Boundary Finite-Difference Methods for Three-Dimensional Complex Flow Simulations JCP 161, 35-60(2000) Numerical Simulation of a Cylinder in Uniform Flow:Application of a Virtual Boundary Method, JCP 123, 450-465(1996) Flow in ann impeller stirred tank using an immersed boundary method Center for Turbulence Research, Annual Research Briefs, 2000. LES in complex geometries using boundary body forces Center for Turbulence Research, Proceedings of the Summer Program 1998. A general method for the computer simulation of biological systems interacting with fluids, C.S. Peskin et.al. An adaptive version of the immersed boundary method JCP, 153, 509-534(1999) And you can find much more articles from web sites, other journals. |

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