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The coupling and finite and boundary element methods has been attractive for the numerical solution of boundary value problems of second order partial differential equations for decades. In particular, socalled nonsymmetric formulations have been very popular in applications for a long time. Originally, the results on the stability of related discrete systems were quite unsatisfying, but significant progress has been made in the analysis of nonsymmetric formulations in the last few years.
In this talk, recent results on the stability of these formulations are summarized and supported by numerical examples. The use of fast boundary element methods for the coupling is demonstrated for fluidstructure interaction problems within the design of ships.
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