Wind-tunnel testing for validation of a method for nonlinear fluid/structure interaction using surrogate models

Abstract : This article describes the data collection techniques and interprets the acquired data for validating a method for simulating fluid structure interaction. The method combines structural and aerodynamic reduced order models, interpolation techniques, and an efficient aero-structure data exchange to estimate non-linear fluid structure interaction during transient response in order to reduce the simulation time. Data are collected through wind tunnel testing and validation is done through direct comparison between simulation and test-data.
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E. Bosco, A. Luchetti, S. Trapier, F. Di Vincenzo, N. Gourdain, et al.. Wind-tunnel testing for validation of a method for nonlinear fluid/structure interaction using surrogate models. The International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics (IFASD), 2017, Como, Italy. ⟨hal-02042808⟩

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