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In this study, a computational fluid­structure interaction (FSI) framework for characteristic deformations in insect's wings is proposed. The proposed framework consists of a pixel wing model using a structured shell finite element mesh, a projection method for the monolithic FSI monolithic equations using an algebraic splitting, and the FSI dynamic similarity law to measure dynamic similarity between model's and actual insect's flights. It is shown that the proposed framework can directly simulate passive feathering and cambering in insect's wings caused by the FSI, whose magnitudes are very close to those of actual insects.

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Published on 11/07/21
Submitted on 11/07/21

Volume IS18 - High-Fidelity Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction and Aeroelasticity, 2021
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