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About this event

Web site
www.wessex.ac.uk/f…
When
1012 Apr 2013
Where
Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain
Organiser
Wessex Institute of Technology, UK
Contact address
Genna Wesr
Ashurst Lodge
Ashurst
Southampton
Spain
E-mail
gwest@wessex.ac.uk…

Conference

7th International Conference on Fluid Structure Interaction

The principal aim of Fluid Structure Interaction 2013 is to promote international exchange of information and knowledge of fluid structure interaction problems, giving experts from different application fields the opportunity to interact with
one another and to provide valuable cross breeding of ideas and techniques.

The conference will encompass a wide range of topics within this area ranging from different types of fluids, such as; wind, current, biofl uids and ocean waves to different types of structures; tall buildings, ocean structures, cables, towers, bridges, risers and others. New research for the advancement of interaction problems will be the main focus of the conference. Papers with new applications to real world problems will be particularly welcome. The basic mathematical formulations of fluid structure interaction and their numerical simulation will also be discussed, as well as their physical modelling. Papers are sought in areas such as advanced analytical techniques, computer and experimental modelling, new applications and verification of interaction.