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Featured Article: Reduced order models for thermally coupled low Mach flows

11.30 Featured Article ImageIn this paper we present a collection of techniques used to formulate a projection-based reduced order model (ROM) for zero Mach limit thermally coupled Navier–Stokes equations. The formulation derives from a standard proper orthogonal decomposition model reduction, and includes modifications to improve the drawbacks caused by the inherent non-linearity of the used Navier–Stokes equations: a hyper-ROM technique based on mesh coarsening; an implicit ROM subscales formulation based on a variational multi-scale framework; and a Petrov–Galerkin projection necessary in the case of non-symmetric terms. At the end of the article, we test the proposed ROM formulation using 2D and 3D versions of the same example: a differentially heated cavity.

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Advanced Plate and Shell Models
Edited by: Erasmo Carrera and Francisco Chinesta


Advances in Model Order Reduction Techniques
Edited by: Pierre Ladeveze, Francisco Chinesta and Tomas Chacon Rebollo


Non-intrusive computational techniques and related methods
Edited by: Olivier Allix, Armando Duarte

Towards new paradigms for time integrators in computational dynamic
Edited by: Anthony Gravouil 

Computational fracture and failure of materials and structures
Edited by: Olivier Allix and Nicolas Moës

Unfitted techniques in computational mechanics
Edited by: Riccardo Rossi and Alessandro Reali


Model order reduction: POD, PGD and reduced bases
Edited by: Francisco Chinesta, Pierre Ladeveze, Yvon Maday


Computational mechanics and medicine
Edited by: Bernhard Schrefler, Elias Cueto

Simulation techniques for process modeling
Edited by: Stefanie Reese, Ton van den Boogaard

Computational Rheology
Edited by: Roland Keunings, Francisco Chinesta

Verification and validation for and with reduced order modeling
Edited by: Pedro Diez, Ludovic Chamoin

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