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Title: Recent development on fluid-structure interaction control based on surface perturbation
Authors: Zhang, M
Cheng, L 
Zhou, Y
Issue Date: 2007
Source: Dynamics of continuous, discrete & impulsive systems. Series B, Applications & algorithms, 2007, v. 14, no. S8, p. 149-165
Abstract: Control of fluid-structure interactions has been extensively investigated in the past. Various techniques have been developed, including passive control techniques such as changing structural geometries, adding grooves, shrouds or near-wake stabilizers to structures and active control techniques such as acoustic excitation, oscillating or rotating structures and surface bleeding. A novel surface perturbation technique has emerged recently, which has been successfully applied to control flow, flow-induced vibration and noise. In this article, we summarize this technique, major applications, control performances, and possible physical mechanisms responsible for flow modification, drag reduction, controlling fluctuating forces/structural vibrations, and noise control.
Keywords: Perturbation-based control technique
Active control
Fluid-structure interaction
Vortex shedding
Flow-induced vibration
Flow-induced noise
Publisher: Watam Press
Journal: Dynamics of continuous, discrete & impulsive systems. Series B, Applications & algorithms 
ISSN: 1492-8760
EISSN: 1918-2538
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