Who is this class for: This is a graduate-level course. It is aimed for students in engineering, and for professionals


Created by:   École Polytechnique

LevelIntermediate
Commitment6 weeks of study, 3-4 hours/week
Language
English, Subtitles: Chinese (Simplified)
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L’École polytechnique associe recherche, enseignement et innovation au meilleur niveau scientifique et technologique mondial pour répondre aux défis du XXIe siècle. En tête des écoles d’ingénieur françaises depuis plus de 200 ans, sa formation promeut une culture d’excellence scientifique pluridisciplinaire, ouverte dans une forte tradition humaniste.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 46 ratings

It's very interesting, thanks¡¡

It is definitely one of the most interesting MOOC I did and would congratulate you for the simplicity (and fun) with which you explain the complex coupling models and approximations.

I am currently working on FSI for bubble collapse close to solid walls in cavitation, and your MOOC has helped me gain perspective and understanding to solve many practical problems.

Excellent course, making such a difficult subject very easy and understandable. But I really think that the pace of the course is fast when compared to the contents.

Also the addition of numerical/ programming examples would be of great use

The fundamentals of fluid-structure interaction was well explained through examples and laboratory tests. However, small applications should be explained and done by the students in order to have a better representation of physical phenomenon.