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Reduced-Order Modelling for Flow Control [electronic resource] / edited by Bernd R. Noack, Marek Morzynski, Gilead Tadmor.

Contributor(s): Noack, Bernd R | [editor.] | Morzynski, Marek | [editor.] | Tadmor, Gilead | [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)
Material type: TextTextSeries: CISM Courses and Lectures; -528Description: X, 330 p. online resourceISBN: 9783709107584 99783709107584Subject(s): Control | PHYSICS | PHYSICS | HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING | ENGINEERING FLUID DYNAMICS | FLUID, AND AERODYNAMICS | MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICSDDC classification: 532 | 533.62 223 Online resources: ir a documento Summary: The book focuses on the physical and mathematical foundations of model-based turbulence control: reduced-order modelling and control design in simulations and experiments. Leading experts provide elementary self-consistent descriptions of the main methods and outline the state of the art. Covered areas include optimization techniques, stability analysis, nonlinear reduced-order modelling, model-based control design as well as model-free and neural network approaches. The wake stabilization serves as unifying benchmark control problem.
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The book focuses on the physical and mathematical foundations of model-based turbulence control: reduced-order modelling and control design in simulations and experiments. Leading experts provide elementary self-consistent descriptions of the main methods and outline the state of the art. Covered areas include optimization techniques, stability analysis, nonlinear reduced-order modelling, model-based control design as well as model-free and neural network approaches. The wake stabilization serves as unifying benchmark control problem.

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