Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) in COMSOL Multiphysics


Welcome to the course!

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This is a complete Course on Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI Simulation) in COMSOL Multiphysics

Fluids or Computational Fluid Dynamics simulation is an important and challenging topic among students researchers. Fluid-Solid Interaction is another challenging topic in Science and Engineering which is one of the most important applications in numerical simulations. A few of the applications include:

Opening and closing of values in a pipe
The flow of drugs in the blood
Dynamics of solids in any fluid
Pressure and Stress on an obstacle placed in a fluid flow Channel.

What will you learn in this course?

  • Fundamentals of Simulation
  • How to setup complex Simulations in easy steps
  • Moving Mesh Concepts
  • Laminar Flow Concepts
  • Structural Mechanics
  • Fluid-Structure Interaction (Multiphysics)
  • Post-processing of results

About the Instructor:

  • Experienced Best Selling Course Instructor
  • 18+ International Research Publications
  • Publications in Nature Materials, Results in Physics, Optical Fiber technology etc.
  • Students across 100+ Countries
  • 200+ 5-star ratings on simulation courses
  • Instructed 4+ research groups

What’s unique about this course?

  • Highest Studio Quality Lectures ( with 4K resolution)
  • Easy to understand Steps
  • Realistic explanation (not wasting time unnecessary to increase course duration)
  • Useful Notes
  • Conceptual Assignments
  • Quick Tips & Tricks throughout the course
  • Active Instructor support, suggestions and guidance
  • Save your precious time-Efficient course (~1 hour)

Thank you for your interest in this course ! Lets meet in the course page and learn together 🙂

Happy learning

Who this course is for:

  • students
  • researchers
  • professors


Advanced Course on Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) using Laminar Flow and Structural Mechanics


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