Welcome to CCP-WSI

The Collaborative Computational Project in Wave/Structure Interaction (CCP-WSI) aims to bring together the WSI community to share developments in computational fluid dynamics, in an open source environment that is sustainable and benefits from the latest developments in hard-ware and software engineering, alongside cutting edge experiments for benchmarking validation and deeper understanding. Please see our News section for recent activity.
The Collaborative Computational Project in Wave/Structure Interaction (CCP-WSI) aims to bring together the WSI community to share developments in computational fluid dynamics, in an open source environment that is sustainable and benefits from the latest developments in hard-ware and software engineering, alongside cutting edge experiments for benchmarking validation and deeper understanding. Please see our News section for recent activity.
The Collaborative Computational Project in Wave/Structure Interaction (CCP-WSI) aims to bring together the WSI community to share developments in computational fluid dynamics, in an open source environment that is sustainable and benefits from the latest developments in hard-ware and software engineering, alongside cutting edge experiments for benchmarking validation and deeper understanding. Please see our News section for recent activity.
The Collaborative Computational Project in Wave/Structure Interaction (CCP-WSI) aims to bring together the WSI community to share developments in computational fluid dynamics, in an open source environment that is sustainable and benefits from the latest developments in hard-ware and software engineering, alongside cutting edge experiments for benchmarking validation and deeper understanding. Please see our News section for recent activity.
The Collaborative Computational Project in Wave/Structure Interaction (CCP-WSI) aims to bring together the WSI community to share developments in computational fluid dynamics, in an open source environment that is sustainable and benefits from the latest developments in hard-ware and software engineering, alongside cutting edge experiments for benchmarking validation and deeper understanding. Please see our News section for recent activity.

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News

  • Ed Ransley attended and presented the CCP-WSI Project at the 4th Airbus/Ariane Sloshing Symposium at Airbus D&S site in Friedrichshafen, Germany 7-8th November 2018
  • Ling Qian and Zhihua Ma from MMU are currently guest editing a special issue for the journal of Water on ‘Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics for Marine and Offshore Engineering’. Water is an open access journal published monthly online by MDPI and its current impact factor is 2.069. If anyone from the CCP-WSI community would like to contribute to the special issue please see: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/water/special_issues/CFD
  • Jun Zang and colleagues have taken part in the Festival of Nature, on the 2nd June 2018 in Bath, where they demonstrated how to move an underwater remote vehicle. This proved very popular during the festival, having attracted all age of groups to take part.
  • Assessment of Debris Related Scour Risks to Bridges Workshop was held on 31 October 2018 in Exeter.