2008, English, Article edition: Stabilization of explicit coupling in fluid-structure interaction involving fluid incompressibility Burman, Erik; Fernández Varela, Miguel Angel

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  • Stabilization of explicit coupling in fluid-structure interaction involving fluid incompressibility
Author
  • Burman, Erik
  • Fernández Varela, Miguel Angel
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2008
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  • In this work we propose a stabilized explicit coupling scheme for fluid-structure interaction problems involving a viscous incompressible fluid. The coupled discrete formulation is based on Nitsche's method with a time penalty term giving L^2-control on the fluid pressure variations at the interface. The scheme is stable, in the energy norm, irrespectively of the fluid-structure density ratio. Numerical experiments, in two and three dimensions, show that optimal time accuracy can be obtained by performing a few defect-correction iterations
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