Better Designs Faster with Integrated Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)
Tuesday, September 20, 2016

From an aircraft wing flexing in flight, a ship propeller deforming in rough seas, or a tank stressed by sloshing liquid, fluids and structures are in concert all around us in the physical world.

And although Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) plays an important role in how structures behave in the real world, within the engineering simulation world these two disciplines are largely still treated independently.

However, new FSI technology is finally helping to bridge the gap between fluids and structures in many leading companies. Engineers can now tackle FSI problems using an integrated approach, without sacrificing accuracy or efficiency to produce better designs, faster.

This webcast demonstrates how FSI problems can now be set up and solved within a single integrated user interface, taking into account fluid flow, structural response and automatic coupling between the two.

Peter Mendoza
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