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Pulsed jet phase-averaged flow field estimation based on neural network approach

Abstract : Single hot-wire velocity measurements have been conducted along a three-dimensional measurement grid to capture the flow-field induced by a 45°inclined slotted pulsed jet. Based on the periodic behavior of the flow, two different estimation methods have been implemented. The first one, considered as the reference base-line, is the conditional approach which consists in the redistribution of the experimental data into spaceand time-resolved three-dimensional velocity fields. The second one uses a neural network to estimate 3D velocity fields given spatial coordinates and time. This paper compares the two methods for a complete flow-field estimation based on hot-wire measurements. Results suggest that the neural network is tailored to capture the phase-averaged dynamic response of the jet induced by the actuator, and identify the coherent structures in the flow field. Interesting performances are also observed when degrading the learning database, meaning that neural networks can be used to drastically improve the temporal or spatial resolution of a flow field estimation compared to the experimental data resolution.
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Célestin Ott, Charles Pivot, Pierre Dubois, Quentin Gallas, Jérôme Delva, et al.. Pulsed jet phase-averaged flow field estimation based on neural network approach. Experiments in Fluids, Springer Verlag (Germany), 2021, 62 (4), pp.1-16. ⟨10.1007/s00348-021-03180-0⟩. ⟨hal-03206636⟩



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