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CMMI Student Submission: Clarkson University

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Introduction This research applies different turbulent solvers to predict the vortex shedding phenomenon around the Great Belt Bridge (GBB) cross section. Vortex shedding is the main cause for vortex induced vibration (VIV) which leads to fatigue in flexible structures exposed to wind. This study also provides aerodynamic indicial functions obtained through a discrete vortex computational fluid dynamics method for two-dimensional geometries. This methodology enables one to determine the unsteady lift and aerodynamic moment necessary in aeroelastic analysis of flexible bodies including flutter and VIV.
Contact Information E-mail me at : yadollh@clarkson.edu
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Institution Clarkson University
Principal Investigator Name Hooman Yadollahi Farsani
Program Officer Eduardo Misawa
Keywords Vortex shedding,Indicial functions,Vortex induced vibrations,Flutter
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