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 July 1, 2009, 19:03 references on fluid-structure interactions #1 New Member   Join Date: Jul 2009 Posts: 1 Rep Power: 0 Hi there, I am working on the biomolecule/flow interaction problems, and would love to know some of the most important works in the numerical treatments of fluid-structure interactions such as papers, review and books, particular related to the following question (maybe trivial) ------- Suppose that we are solving the deformation of an immersed structure, and suppose that the system is governed by NSE and elasticity equation, regardless linear or nonlinear. Usually(?) we are solving these two equations by using some iterative method. Then after one iteration we get new configuration of the structure, but then the flow field changes and the force on the structure changes also. We then use the NEW LOAD to solve a new deformation. I guess the NEW LOAD should be the net force betwen the new force and the old force, otherwise we will never end up with an equivalent state. But then we have to track each mesh point on the structure and save the force field at each step. And this is connected to Euler methods/Lagrange methods?

 July 9, 2009, 02:00 #2 New Member   sanjay kumar shukla Join Date: Jul 2009 Posts: 4 Rep Power: 8 It would be helpful to have a look on most interesting problem of Flag Flutter( By L. Mahadevan). It will give some useful idea about Fluids structures Interaction problem. Good Luck Sanjay

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 Originally Posted by Rocky Hi there, I am working on the biomolecule/flow interaction problems, and would love to know some of the most important works in the numerical treatments of fluid-structure interactions such as papers, review and books, particular related to the following question (maybe trivial) ------- Suppose that we are solving the deformation of an immersed structure, and suppose that the system is governed by NSE and elasticity equation, regardless linear or nonlinear. Usually(?) we are solving these two equations by using some iterative method. Then after one iteration we get new configuration of the structure, but then the flow field changes and the force on the structure changes also. We then use the NEW LOAD to solve a new deformation. I guess the NEW LOAD should be the net force betwen the new force and the old force, otherwise we will never end up with an equivalent state. But then we have to track each mesh point on the structure and save the force field at each step. And this is connected to Euler methods/Lagrange methods?
you could visit imechanica.org, there was a discussion on FSI,
I use the exact Riemann's solver between CFD (Tate eos) and CSD (Hook's law)

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