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課程概述

What is fluid-solid interactions ? It is what happens when the motions of a fluid and of a solid are somehow coupled. This happens all the time, around you when leaves flutter in the wind, inside you when your heart beats, above you when wings of a plane vibrate, under the sea... The idea behind this MOOC is to give you the basic tools to be able to predict and eventually mitigate things called flutter, galloping, sloshing, vortex-induced vibrations, added mass, to cite a few. We are going to consider any possible domains of applications such as civil engineering, aerospace engineering, nuclear engineering , ocean engineering, biomechanics and even food processing ! This is why we called the course “Fundamentals of Fluid Solid Interactions ”. There are so many phenomena and so many models that we need to work together on the basic mechanisms . If you want to see how fluid-solid interactions work, and be able to use that knowledge, join us ! A first session of the course was run in early 2016, with learners from over 100 countries. It is now available with subtitles, in English and now in Chinese. See the video at http://goo.gl/YKSMnD...

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MM
2020年5月30日

Got some knowledge about FSI . It is very much interesting with lots of experimental demonstration and the reason on its effect. Thank you Very much for such a wonderful course

KS
2019年3月24日

A fantastic course with great instructors and great examples. I like the comparisons between theory and practical. One of the best courses I've ever taken. Awesome work

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101 - 流固相互作用的基本原理 的 125 個評論(共 153 個)

創建者 SOHAM P

2018年1月12日

Awesome course, great content.

創建者 mangalagama T M d

2019年3月15日

One of the Best Courses Ever!

創建者 GaoXing

2018年2月5日

Very clear and absorbing.

創建者 文刀liu

2016年10月22日

very very helpful course!

創建者 Swetang M

2020年6月12日

Week 4 Quiz is very hard

創建者 Osama M

2018年4月11日

Fantastic, thank you :).

創建者 Syam N S

2020年4月24日

Very use full course

創建者 Tahsin G

2018年7月4日

Extremely helpful.

創建者 nidhi y

2020年6月18日

Happy and excited

創建者 Renzo

2018年2月19日

Really well done!

創建者 KRISHNAJA 1 - 1

2020年8月29日

excellent course

創建者 Manuel D l R

2020年4月28日

Muy interesante!

創建者 AMAL S T T

2017年4月23日

EXCELLENT COURSE

創建者 Santiago P P

2021年1月9日

Excellent curse

創建者 Josué J S Z

2019年3月18日

Muy burn curso

創建者 Pankaj

2018年12月4日

best course

創建者 Induja P V

2020年10月20日

Excellent

創建者 Adrian L M T

2019年3月21日

very good

創建者 Juarez

2017年7月3日

excelente

創建者 Rishwanth r

2020年9月13日

Good!

創建者 Awdhesh S V 1

2020年8月5日

good

創建者 程铁杰

2020年3月15日

cool

創建者 P S

2021年1月14日

Although being from a Civil Engineering background, I found the course really intriguing. I really loved how the entire course was structured around analytical understanding of the subject rather than just some other software application based courses, whcih I mostly have come across. While the entire course was spot on, I would love to see an extended version of the course more prominently for civil and structural engineering field, dicussing an entire case study of a real life project (slender bridge or tall tower), which would involve WT testing and CFD (using Best Practice Guidelines), built on the fundamentals of aeroelasticity, studied in this course.

創建者 Edgar A G M

2020年4月28日

The course provides basic theoretical tools about fluid-solid interaction theory. It is well explained by Prof. de Langre and his colleagues. Additionally, it contains interesting research reports about the subject. The course requires previous knowledge in differential equations, fluid mechanics and structural mechanics. There are some discussions about practical problems found in engineering; however it will be convenient to include more practical exercises to support the dense theoretical content. In summary it is a good course to take!!

創建者 Ruiyan C

2017年4月6日

An advanced course of fluid-solid interactions, probably suitable for first or second year graduate students.

Personally I hope that the course can be longer (which is hard to achieve for courses on Internet) so more details can be talked about. Sometimes the students need time to respond to derivations of equations and physical significance of an equation.