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Invitation to Tender How to Undertake Fluid Structure Interaction
Posted Tue December 15, 2009 @05:23PM
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News The NAFEMS Multiphysics Working Group (MPWG) wishes to commission a new "How To" publication on fluid structure interaction and extends an invitation to tender.

The book should provide an outline of various approaches to solving FSI problems, while identifying benefits of doing various levels of FSI.

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Ideally, it should also identify potential issues end users might face when modelling FSI (no need to provide all solutions).

The book is primarily intended to serve as an introduction to FSI for engineers who are already familiar with CSM and/or CFD.

The Working Group is expecting a proposal for a booklet of 50-100 pages. The proposal is expected to be in the low thousands of pounds.

For full details of the invitation to tender and to submit your proposal, please visit

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