The interaction of a fluid with a solid body is a widespread phenomenon in nature, occurring at different scales and different applied disciplines. Interestingly enough, even though the mathematical theory of the motion of bodies in a liquid is one of the oldest and most classical problems in fluid mechanics, mathematicians have, only very recently, become interested in a systematic study of the basic problems related to fluid-structure interaction, from both analytical and numerical viewpoints.Fundamental Trends in Fluid-Structure Interaction is a unique collection of important papers written by world-renowned experts aimed at furnishing the highest level of development in several significant areas of fluid-structure interactions. The contributions cover several aspects of this discipline, from mathematical analysis, numerical simulation and modeling viewpoints, including motion of rigid and elastic bodies in a viscous liquid, particulate flow and hemodynamic.
Numerical Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction Based on Monolithic Variational Formulations (T Dunne et al.); Exterior Flows at Low Reynolds Numbers: Concepts, Solutions, and Applications (V Hueveline & P Wittwer); Numerical Simulation and Benchmarking of Fluid-Structure Interaction with Application to Hemodynamics (M Razzaq et al.); Mathematical Analysis of Particulate Flows (J S Martin & M Tucsnak); Fluid-Structure Interaction Between Blood and Arterial Walls (A Quarteroni);