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In this paper, a series of new fluid and structure interactions test cases with strong free surface effects are presented
and computations of such flows with the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM) (Idelsohn, Oiiate, Del Pin and Calvo, 2006) are documented. The structures object of study are elastic cantilever bars clamped inside sloshing tanks subjected ro roll motion. The possibilities of PFEM for the coupled simulation of moderately violent free surface flows interacting with elastic bodies are investigated. The problem can be described as the coupling of a sloshing flow with an easily deformable elastic body. A series of experiments designed and executed
specifically for these tests are also described. The experiments comprise cases with different liquid height and liquids of different viscosity. The aim is to identify
canonical benchmark problems in FSI (Fluid and Structure Interactions), including free surfaces, for future comparisons between different numerical approaches.
CitationSouto-Iglesias, A. [et al.]. Modeling of free surface flows with elastic bodies interactions. A: Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics. "27th Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics". Seoul: 2008.
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