A Numerical Investigation of the Lengthscale in the Mixing-Length Reduced Order Model of the Turbulent Channel Flow

by   Changhong Mou, et al.

In this paper, we propose a novel reduced order model (ROM) lengthscale definition that is based on energy distribution arguments. This novel ROM lengthscale is fundamentally different from the current ROM lengthscales, which are generally based on dimensional arguments. As a first step in the assessment of the new, energy based ROM lengthscale, we compare it with a standard, dimensional based ROM lengthscale in the mixing-length ROM (ML-ROM) simulation of the turbulent channel flow at Re_τ = 395. The numerical investigation shows that the energy based ROM lengthscale yields a significantly more stable ML-ROM than the dimensional based ROM lengthscale. The new energy based lengthscale definition could allow the development of scale-aware reduced order modeling strategies that are better suited for flow-specific applications.



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