Flapping and Bending Bodies Interacting with Fluid Flows

@inproceedings{Shelley2011FlappingAB,
  title={Flapping and Bending Bodies Interacting with Fluid Flows},
  author={Michael J. Shelley and Jun Zhang},
  year={2011}
}
The flapping or bending of a flexible planar structure in a surrounding fluid flow, which includes the flapping of flags and the self-streamlining of flexible bodies, constitutes a central problem in the field of fluid-body interactions. Here we review recent, highly detailed experiments that reveal new nonlinear phenomena in these systems, as well as advances in theoretical understanding, resulting in large part from the rapid development of new simulation methods that fully capture the mutual… CONTINUE READING

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