The unique sensor shape reduces draft and flow-induced vibration.
What does FIV stand for?
FIV stands for Flow-Induced Vibration
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We have 29 other meanings of FIV in our Acronym Attic
- For Internal Use Only
- Final Intended Use Plan (EPA)
- Foundation for International Understanding Through Students
- Facilité d'Investissement pour le Voisinage (French: Investment Facility Neighborhood; EU)
- Fecondation in Vitro (French: In Vitro Fertilization)
- Fédération Internationale du Vieillissement (International Federation on Ageing)
- Federazione Italiana Vela (Italian: Italian Sailing Federation)
- Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
- FIV Racing Championship
- Formation Isolation Valve
- Fuel Isolation Valve
- Forced Inspiratory Volume in 1 second
- Forced Inspiratory Volume-1
- Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens
- Fellowship in the Visual Arts
- Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority (regulatory authority)
- First Installation Verification Aircraft
- Fonds d'Indemnisation des Victimes de l'Amiante (French: Asbestos Victims Compensation Fund)
- Fuel Injection Valve Actuator
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With PEI DEX high-efficiency diffusers/reducers/extensions, the optimised, gradually increasing diffuser area is extended to efficiently convert velocity energy into pressure energy, resulting in several important advantages including high-efficiency velocity to pressure energy recovery; reduced pressure losses and energy consumption; reduced flow-induced vibration, and reduced flow-generated noise.
Topics include hydrodynamic forces, offshore structure and ship dynamics, offshore engineering, response of structures including fluid dynamics, computational methods, experimental studies and validation, flow-induced vibration, moving boundary problems, and acoustics and noise.
This allows them to evaluate a broad range of conditions, such as flow-induced vibrations in structures, in-vivo vascular flows, valve dynamics.
Target applications for FSI include, flow-induced vibrations in structures and equipment, fan blade flutter, in-vivo vascular flows, microfluidics, and consumer products design and packaging applications.
The co-simulation capability is expected to address applications such as fan blade flutter, microfluidics, in-vivo vascular flows, and flow-induced vibrations in structures and equipment, as well as many consumer goods design and packaging applications.