Fluid Structure Interaction 2

Modelling, Simulation, Optimization
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Hans-Joachim Bungartz
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73, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering

Multi-Level Accelerated Sub-Iterations for Fluid-Structure Interaction.- A Classification of Interface Treatments for FSI.- Computer Modeling and Analysis of the Orion Spacecraft Parachutes.- Stability Issues in Partitioned FSI Calculations.- Hydroelastic Analysis and Response of Pontoon-Type Very Large Floating Structures.- Efficient Numerical Simulation and Optimization of Fluid-Structure Interaction.- An Adaptive Finite Element Method for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems Based on a Fully Eulerian Formulation.- Numerical Simulation and Benchmarking of a Monolithic Multigrid Solver for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems with Application to Hemodynamics.- Numerical Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction Using Eddy-Resolving Schemes.- Partitioned Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction on Cartesian Grids.- An Explicit Model for Three-Dimensional Fluid-Structure Interaction using LBM and p-FEM.- An XFEM Based Fixed-Grid Approach for 3D Fluid-Structure Interaction.- Fluid-Structure Interaction in the Context of Shape Optimization and Computational Wind Engineering.- Experimental Benchmark: Self-Excited Fluid-Structure Interaction Test Cases.- Numerical Benchmarking of Fluid-Structure Interaction: A Comparison of Different Discretization and Solution Approaches.
Fluid-structure interactions (FSI), i.e., the interplay of some moveable or deformable structure with an internal or surrounding fluid, are among the most widespread and most challenging coupled or multi-physics problems. Although much has been accomplished in developing good computational FSI methods and despite convincing solutions to a number of classes of problems including those presented in this book, there is a need for more comprehensive studies showing that the computational methods proposed are reliable, robust, and efficient beyond the classes of problems they have successfully been applied to.This volume of LNCSE, a sequel to vol. 53, which contained, among others, the first numerical benchmark for FSI problems and has received considerable attention since then, presents a collection of papers from the "First International Workshop on Computational Engineering - special focus FSI," held in Herrsching in October 2009 and organized by three DFG-funded consortia. The papers address all relevant aspects of FSI simulation and discuss FSI from the mathematical, informatical, and engineering perspective.