About the book
The ever-growing speed of scientific studies is relatively proven by the increasing number of research papers, books, reports, etc. yearly. Without a doubt, this process causes a data detection problem. If the consequences of a part of scientific effort are to deliver constructive information, the interpretative published works have to be commonly recognized and accessible and they have to be able of being perceived and assessed by readers.
The present book aims to link these gaps in Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) methods. This is to give a deep understanding of FSI to the readers. FSI is an interplay between structures and their environs' fluid flow. Concerning both computational and modeling methods, FSI is one of the most serious and controversial multiphysics problems. This book provides an intensive understanding of FSI together with theory, simulation techniques, and solutions for several FSI problems in the engineering field. The book delivers the essential theories, approaches, and results advanced for the FSI applications. To this end, Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and mathematical approaches are utilized with integrated FSI methods.
Furthermore, results obtained from FEA and mathematical methods are compared to existing experimental or numerical results to show the correctness of the methods and their importance in applied engineering. Taking benefits of information provided in the book, the readers would become skilled to self-reliantly formularize models to solve FSI problems.