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FLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION

Fluid Structure Interaction

Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) can be used to analyse valves (for example in veins), complex wing motions and other flexible bodies in a flow.

FSI is possible in either a single direction, where the fluid is influenced by the movement of the mechanical object e.g. the influence of a mixer on the fluid or bi-directionally, where the object can also be deformed by the pressure of the fluid.

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