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Hydroelasticity



Hydroelasticity is a branch of science which is concerned with the motion of deformable bodies through liquids. The theory of hydroelasticity has been adapted from aeroelasticity, to describe the effect of structural response of the body on the fluid around it.

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Sources

R.E.D.Bishop and W.G.Price;"Hydroelasticity of ships"; Cambridge University Press, 1979, ISBN 0 521 22328 8


 
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