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Flow-Induced Vibration

6-9 juil. 2020
EDF Lab Paris-Saclay, in the suburbs of Paris, close to the Polytechnique campus - Palaiseau (France)

Flow-induced vibration and noise and the physical parameters which control them are of significant importance to design engineers and operators of systems in a wide range of industries ranging from aerospace, automotive and civil engineering to marine structures, electricity generation and chemical processing. The potential of these phenomena to cause catastrophic failure to engineering systems and unacceptably high levels of environmental and occupational noise has required that significant effort be dedicated to understanding and mitigating against these challenges in the interests of human safety.
Discipline scientifique : Vibrations

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