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Old   November 19, 2023, 14:09
Default My thesis on the subject FSI is finally done!
Johan Lorentzon
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Location: Lunds University, Sweden
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pi06jl6 will become famous soon enough

First of all I want to thank everyone who contributed in my efforts to get my FSI solver to work. My thesis is now finished! The title is "A study of hydroelastic fluid-structure interaction with application to immersed cantilevers".

I will in the nearest weeks document and compile the FSI code to the latest OF and release the code on GitHub, more details coming up later.

Thesis contain details in how to create your own FSI solver (partitioned approach, chapter 4-5), it also contain detailed information to different relaxation techniques.

Enjoy reading!

Best Regards


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