Upcoming Webinar in German: Fluid-Structure Interaction
Fanny Littmarck | March 21, 2012
On April 3rd at 11am MEZ (5am EDT) we are holding a live webinar on “Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) Simulations”. The webinar will be conducted in German by Thorsten Koch with COMSOL Multiphysics GmbH.
Solid structures can become deformed by fluid flow, which in turn changes the flow. This is an example of a system of coupled physics effects — and this type of interaction can come into play within all engineering application areas. The webinar on April 3rd will go over important features of FSI and show you concrete examples of how COMSOL Multiphysics can be used to solve these types of problems efficiently.
For webinar details in German, please go to the webinar registration page.
We also have a neat animated model on the topic in our showroom.
Author’s note: This live webinar is a past event, but you can access an archived version of this webinar here.
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