|In fluid dynamics, vortex-induced vibrations (VIV) are motions induced on bodies interacting with an external fluid flow, produced by or the motion producing periodical irregularities on this flow.
To understand VIV, you must first understand the physics of a steady approach flow past a non-vibrating circular cylinder two kinds of VIV are: Self-excited oscillations - this type of VIV is what occurs naturally, i.e., when the vortex-shedding frequency and the natural frequency are approximately the same. Forced oscillations occurs at velocities and amplitudes which are preset and can be controlled independently of fluid velocity.
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