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Küttler, U. (author), Förster, C. (author), Wall, W.A. (author)
Many popular partitioned approaches to fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems fail to work for an interesting subset of problems if highly deformable structures are interacting with incompressible flows. This is particularly true for coupling approaches based on Dirichlet-Neumann substructuring, both for weak and strong coupling schemes. The...
conference paper 2006
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Förster, C. (author), Wall, W.A. (author), Ramm, E. (author)
The artificial added mass effect inherent in sequentially staggered coupling schemes is investigated by means of a fluid-structure interaction problem. A discrete representation of a simplified added mass operator in terms of the participating coefficient matrices is given and instability conditions are evaluated for different temporal...
conference paper 2006
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Gerstenberger, A. (author), Wall, W.A. (author)
This paper illustrates aspects of an ongoing effort to develop a fixed grid fluid-structure interaction scheme that can be applied to the interaction of most general structures with incompressible flow. After presenting a list of requirements for future fixed grid methods, an eXtended Finite Element Method (XFEM) based fixed grid method is...
conference paper 2006
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De Borst, R. (author), Hulshoff, S.J. (author), Lenz, S. (author), Munts, E.A. (author), Van Brummelen, E.H. (author), Wall, W.A. (author)
The basic idea of multiscale methods, namely the decomposition of a problem into a coarse scale and a fine scale, has in an intuitive manner been used in engineering for many decades, if not for centuries. Also in computational science, large-scale problems have been solved, and local data, for instance displacements, forces or velocities, have...
conference paper 2006
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De Borst, R. (author), Hulshoff, S.J. (author), Lenz, S. (author), Munts, E.A. (author), Van Brummelen, E.H. (author), Wall, W.A. (author)
The basic idea of multiscale methods, namely the decomposition of a problem into a coarse scale and a fine scale, has in an intuitive manner been used in engineering for many decades, if not for centuries. Also in computational science, large-scale problems have been solved, and local data, for instance displacements, forces or velocities, have...
conference paper 2006
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