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In this work, a non-reflective boundary condition, the Perfectly Matched Layer (PML) technique, is adapted and implemented in a fluid-structure interaction numerical framework to demonstrate that proper boundary conditions are not only necessary to capture correct wave propagations in a flow field, but also its interacted solid behavior and responses. While most research on the topics of the non-reflective boundary conditions are focused on fluids, little effort has been done in adoi:10.1016/j.jfluidstructs.2017.09.002 pmid:29151673 pmcid:PMC5688520 fatcat:mga63govwvhsbeenjxnrv4ip5y