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Title: Development of strongly coupled FSI technology involving thin walled structures
Authors: Suliman, R
Oxtoby, O
Malan, AG
Kok, S
Keywords: Finite volume
Finite element
Fluid-structure interaction
Issue Date: Jan-2011
Citation: Suliman, R, Oxtoby, O, Malan, AG. 2011. Development of strongly coupled FSI technology involving thin walled structures. Second African Conference on Computational Mechanics: An International Conference (AfriCOMP11), University of Cape Town, 5-8 January 2011, pp. 3
Series/Report no.: Workflow;6664
Abstract: A strongly coupled finite volume-finite element fluid-structure interaction (FSI) scheme is developed. Both an edge-based finite volume and Galerkin finite element scheme are implemented and evaluated for modelling the mechanics of solids. The governing equations are formulated in a total Lagrangian configuration and large non-linear deformations are accounted for. An implicit matrix-free second-order accurate dual-time-stepping scheme is employed. The higher-order finite element scheme displays the most desirable results and is coupled with an in-house fluid-flow solver. The developed technology is evaluated on representative strongly coupled fluid-structure interaction test problems.
Description: Second African Conference on Computational Mechanics: An International Conference (AfriCOMP11), University of Cape Town, 5-8 January 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5065
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