Vibrating Plate in a 2D Viscous Parallel Plate Flow
Application ID: 18871
This is a small 2D demonstration model that couples the Linearized Navier-Stokes, Frequency Domain, Solid Mechanics, and Creeping Flow physics interfaces to model the vibrations of a plate located in a 2D viscous parallel plate flow.
This type of model is used to model fluid-structure interaction (FSI) in the frequency domain.
For simplicity, the flow is assumed to be a creeping flow. At the inlet and outlet of the channel, a perfectly matched layer (PML) is added. Extrusion operators are used to couple the flow to the acoustics problem in these domains.
Learn more in the related blog post: "Modeling Aeroacoustics with the Linearized Navier-Stokes Equations"
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