Scientific challenges

The scientific challenges addressed in 4TU.FSM are lined up with the state-of-the-art in Fluid and Solid Mechanics in the international scientific community, supported by our broad industrial FSM network of companies.
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From our point of view the most urgent and challenging problems in the fluid and solid mechanics of the 21st century are complex fluids, turbulence, micro- and nanofluidics, the prediction of structural mechanical behavior from the material properties, nonlinear dynamics, tailoring/optimization of mechanical behavior, fluid-structure interaction, and solver efficiency.

The relation between the topics are illustrated in the diagram below.

More information about each specific topic can be found under each tab, or by clicking the following links:

From our point of view the most urgent and challenging problems in the fluid and solid mechanics of the 21st century are complex fluids, turbulence, micro- and nanofluidics, the prediction of structural mechanical behavior from the material properties, nonlinear dynamics, tailoring/optimization of mechanical behavior, fluid-structure interaction, and solver efficiency.

The relation between the topics are illustrated in the diagram below.

More information about each specific topic can be found under each tab, or by clicking the following links:

Scientific challenges

From our point of view the most urgent and challenging problems in the fluid and solid mechanics of the 21st century are complex fluids, turbulence, micro- and nanofluidics, the prediction of structural mechanical behavior from the material properties, nonlinear dynamics, tailoring/optimization of mechanical behavior, fluid-structure interaction, and solver efficiency.

The relation between the topics are illustrated in the diagram below.

More information about each specific topic can be found under each tab, or by clicking the following links:

From our point of view the most urgent and challenging problems in the fluid and solid mechanics of the 21st century are complex fluids, turbulence, micro- and nanofluidics, the prediction of structural mechanical behavior from the material properties, nonlinear dynamics, tailoring/optimization of mechanical behavior, fluid-structure interaction, and solver efficiency.

The relation between the topics are illustrated in the diagram below.

More information about each specific topic can be found under each tab, or by clicking the following links: