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Article

Abstract

The time relaxation model has proven to be effective in regularization of Navier–Stokes Equations. This article reviews several published works discussing the development and implementations of time relaxation and time relaxation models (TRMs), and how such techniques are used to improve the accuracy and stability of fluid flow problems with higher Reynolds numbers. Several analyses and computational settings of TRMs are surveyed, along with parameter sensitivity studies and hybrid implementations of time relaxation operators with different regularization techniques.

Keywords

time-relaxation; finite element; filtering; deconvolution

Disciplines

Mathematics

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pdf

File Size

3525

Language

English

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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
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