A spatially adaptive high-order meshless method for fluid–structure interactions

  title={A spatially adaptive high-order meshless method for fluid–structure interactions},
  author={Wei Hu and Nathaniel Trask and Xiaozhe Hu and Wenxiao Pan},
  journal={Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering},
  • Wei Hu, Nathaniel Trask, W. Pan
  • Published 25 January 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering

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