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Old   February 21, 2013, 14:30
Default About POD for RANS problems
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Dear Friends,

I'm thinking about constrcting Galerkin POD ROM for the steady RANS problem. Almost all the papers I found are about inviscid, laminar or DNS simulations. I don't know the effect of turbulent model equation in construction of POD ROM.

I'm wondering why so few papers about POD reduced order model for RANS problems. I only searched a few papers about flow field reconstruction with Gappy POD for RANS flow simulation. But there is few paper about nonlinear POD ROM for RANS with variable parameters (such as Mach or angle of attack)?

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Old   April 4, 2013, 18:42
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Hi Quain..did u able to do POD?? i am also planning to do POD for my work..let me know if you can able to help me..thanks much
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