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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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Degroote, J. (author), Vierendeel, J. (author), Dick, E. (author)
Bubbles and droplets can be simulated as a problem involving Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI). The interface between the liquid and the gas is then conceived as a zero thickness structure. The position of the interface is determined by the equilibrium between surface tension effects and the pressure jump across the interface. Most techniques...
conference paper 2006
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Brenk, M. (author), Bungartz, H.J. (author), Neckel, T. (author)
Hierarchical Cartesian grids such as those defined by spacetrees have proven to be useful in lots of simulation scenarios in spite of their frequently supposed difficulties concerning the approximation of complicated and changing geometries. One of their most important advantages is the simple, efficient and flexible interface they offer. Thus,...
conference paper 2006
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Bungartz, H.J. (author), Mehl, M. (author)
The simulation of multiphysical scenarios has become a more and more important task of scientific computing within the last years. Due to their simplicity compared to monolithic approaches (solving a unique model for the whole scenario), partitioned approaches are widespread. They allow for a reusage of existing and established solvers for the...
conference paper 2006
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