Short Term Course on CFD and Experiments on Fluid-Strucutre Interactions at IIT Kharagpur [Oct 14-18]: Register by Oct 5
About the Organiser
The Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur is a public institution established by the government of India in 1951. It is the first of the IITs to be established and is recognised as an Institute of National Importance by the Government of India.
Introduction to Course
Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) is ubiquitous in nature and has significant industrial applications. In general, above a critical Reynolds number (Re) flow, the wake regime downstream of the structure becomes unsteady that contains alternating shedding vortices and exerts fluctuating aerodynamic forces on the structure through periodic pressure fluctuations. The mode of vortex shedding is a function of the rigidity of the structure material and it can be either beneficial or detrimental depending upon the type of wake regime interaction.
In order to accurately describe the FSI problems, an accurate numerical solver and experimental technique must be adopted. In this course, we will discuss various FSI problems in the incompressible regime for both rigid and elastic materials. We will demonstrate the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver development for accurate simulation of FSI problems. Some of the experimental techniques for flow visualization and measurements for FSI problems will also be discussed.
- The short term course aims to provide a thorough understanding of the fluid dynamics of FluidStructure Interaction (FSI) problems.
- Ability to develop a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver for detail investigation of the FSI problems.
- An overview of the experimental flow visualization and measurements techniques for FSI problems.
- Introduction to Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) Problems
- Computational Technique for Fluid-Rigid Structure Interaction (FRSI) Problems
- Computational Technique for Fluid-Elastic Structure Interaction (FESI) Problems
- Experimental Techniques for Flow Visualization and Measurements for FSI Problems
Who will benefit?
Academicians, students and practising engineers in the field of mechanical/aerospace/civil/marine engineering with a reasonable background in fluid mechanics.
- For students – INR 5,000/- (Five Thousand) + GST @18% per participant
- For others – INR 10,000/- (Ten Thousand) + GST @18% per participant
- TEQIP-III sponsored participants – NIL
How to Apply?
To register for the course, click here.
Principal Coordinator: Dr Sunil Manohar Dash
Co-Coordinator: Prof. Kalyan Prasad Sinhamahapatra
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