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LHEEA's Mini-seminar 07/09/2017: "Simulation of fluid-structure interactions for high Reynolds numbers flows around composite hydrofoils", Catherine Ramirez

The LHEEA organizes mini-seminars every Thursday afternoon. The next seminar will be held in the distance-learning room on Thursday 7 September at 1.45pm. Open to all!

On September 7, 2017 from 13:45 To 14:30

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The seminars are an opportunity for exchange between PhD students and staff, as well as between the different teams of LHEEA, and take place in the following way:

This week:

>> Catherine Ramirez (METHRIC) will present her work on "Simulation of fluid-structure interactions for high Reynolds numbers flows around composite hydrofoils"

"Although significant progress has been made in the field of FSI, strong coupling methods remain predominantly sequential and are only very effective when the computational time of the structure is low compared with the one of the fluid. The main objective of this research project is to develop effective methods and tools for an FSI coupling, that will allow an optimal set up for the FSI study of flexible structure systems, especially for which the required resolution time of the structure is similar to the one of the fluid. To do so, an asynchronous approach, the added mass operator for volumetric structures and the transpiration methods have been defined as the main axes of this study."

Published on September 5, 2017 Updated on July 8, 2018