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On the detection of a moving obstacle in an ideal fluid by a boundary measurement
Inverse problems in fluid mechanics constitute a challenging topic with numerous potential applications, ranging from engineering, medicine, and military surveillance to fishing. In this case we are interested in to study the existence and uniqueness of a model which describe the dynamic of a fluid-solid system, in particular the fluid considered is non viscous and the dynamic of the solid B(t) is due to its interaction with the fluid. Firstly we will discuss the existence and uniqueness ofdoi:10.1088/0266-5611/24/4/045001 fatcat:shaajl2hsjb5jcpvex2dnewc2m