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Stability of the Kinematically Coupled β-Scheme for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems in Hemodynamics

Sunčica Čanić, Boris Muha & Martina Bukač

Int. J. Numer. Anal. Mod., 12 (2015), pp. 54-80.

Published online: 2015-12

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It is well-known that classical Dirichlet-Neumann loosely coupled partitioned schemes for fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems are unconditionally unstable for certain combinations of physical and geometric parameters that are relevant in hemodynamics. It was shown in [18] on a simple test problem, that these instabilities are associated with the so called “added-mass effect”. By considering the same test problem as in [18], the present work shows that a novel, partitioned, loosely coupled scheme, recently introduced in [11], called the kinematically coupled β-scheme, does not suffer from the added mass effect for any β ∈ [0; 1], and is unconditionally stable for all the parameters in the problem. Numerical results showing unconditional stability are presented for a full, nonlinearly coupled benchmark FSI problem, first considered in [31].

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Fluid-structure interaction, Partitioned schemes, Stability analysis, Added-mass effect.

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35R35, 49J40, 60G40

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It is well-known that classical Dirichlet-Neumann loosely coupled partitioned schemes for fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems are unconditionally unstable for certain combinations of physical and geometric parameters that are relevant in hemodynamics. It was shown in [18] on a simple test problem, that these instabilities are associated with the so called “added-mass effect”. By considering the same test problem as in [18], the present work shows that a novel, partitioned, loosely coupled scheme, recently introduced in [11], called the kinematically coupled β-scheme, does not suffer from the added mass effect for any β ∈ [0; 1], and is unconditionally stable for all the parameters in the problem. Numerical results showing unconditional stability are presented for a full, nonlinearly coupled benchmark FSI problem, first considered in [31].

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It is well-known that classical Dirichlet-Neumann loosely coupled partitioned schemes for fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems are unconditionally unstable for certain combinations of physical and geometric parameters that are relevant in hemodynamics. It was shown in [18] on a simple test problem, that these instabilities are associated with the so called “added-mass effect”. By considering the same test problem as in [18], the present work shows that a novel, partitioned, loosely coupled scheme, recently introduced in [11], called the kinematically coupled β-scheme, does not suffer from the added mass effect for any β ∈ [0; 1], and is unconditionally stable for all the parameters in the problem. Numerical results showing unconditional stability are presented for a full, nonlinearly coupled benchmark FSI problem, first considered in [31].

Sunčica Čanić, Boris Muha & Martina Bukač. (2019). Stability of the Kinematically Coupled β-Scheme for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems in Hemodynamics. International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling. 12 (1). 54-80. doi:
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