The Reduced NS-α Model for Incompressible Flow: A Review of Recent Progress
AbstractThis paper gives a review of recent results for the reduced Navier–Stokes-α (rNS-α) model of incompressible flow. The model was recently developed as a numerical approximation to the well known Navier–Stokes-α model, for the purpose of more efficiently computations in the C0 finite element setting. Its performance in initial numerical tests was remarkable, which led to analytical studies and further numerical tests, all of which provided excellent results. This paper reviews the main results established thus far for rNS-α,
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Bowers, A.L.; Rebholz, L.G. The Reduced NS-α Model for Incompressible Flow: A Review of Recent Progress. Fluids 2017, 2, 38.
Bowers AL, Rebholz LG. The Reduced NS-α Model for Incompressible Flow: A Review of Recent Progress. Fluids. 2017; 2(3):38.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bowers, Abigail L.; Rebholz, Leo G. 2017. "The Reduced NS-α Model for Incompressible Flow: A Review of Recent Progress." Fluids 2, no. 3: 38.
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