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Fluid Surface Interaction (FSI)

  1. Aug 19, 2010 #1
    Hello all,

    This is my first post on this forum, I am trying to find out about Fluid Surface Interaction (FSI), but have not found much information on it,

    I have two questions at the moment:

    1) Can anyone recommend any literature/books on Fluid Surface Interaction?

    2) I know that FSI occurs when a fluid interacts with a solid, deforms the solid and therefore affects the fluid flow. It can occur for example in biomedical heart valves where blood flows through the heart valve. Would it be applicable in human natural and artificial joints (e.g. hip joint) where there is a fluid film rather than an a inlet-outlet type fluid flow?

    Any feedback would be much appreciated

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