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.
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.
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.
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.
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.

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News

  • A Special Interest Group on "Wave-Structure Interaction" has been approved for funding by the UK Fluids Network (UKFN). See here for more detail.
  • CCP-WSI is proud to hold its first Code Developers Workshop in partnership with the 12th OpenFOAM® Workshop, 24th – 27th July 2017 in Exeter. The CCP-WSI event will be on 27 July 2017.