Machine Learning for Fluid Dynamics: Models and Control




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This video discusses how machine learning is currently being used to model and control fluid dynamics.

Download paper at the Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics:
https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf/10.1146/annurev-fluid-010719-060214

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  • Steve Brunton
    December 4, 2020

    People wax poetically about the dawn of the computer age, but I think right now is as exciting time to be working with technology as ever there was.

  • Steve Brunton
    December 4, 2020

    “For ever in future, it is fast, and efficient, an accurate.” Not to detract from the beautiful work presented here so eloquently, but I wonder how such a statement can be proven when one incorporates non-analytical methods as seems to be the case here? (PS Deep gratitude to the professor for presenting these exciting developments in an accessible fashion.)

  • Steve Brunton
    December 4, 2020

    i think scindy is close to this
    https://arxiv.org/pdf/2003.10523.pdf
    page 17

  • Steve Brunton
    December 4, 2020

    I just had this weird idea. I am guessing flow is a multi target scenario where each target class would hold a particular probability of occurring as in they form either a discrete or probability distribution? And I am not so sure the moth follows the big effects felt I the turbulence, it would be smarter energy wise to navigate to the lesser know systems. If this resonates with you than I will share my second thought on this matter. I say this as machine learning is what I have learnt in data science at James Cook Uni and through some of my experience with Kaggle projects. So even though I lack the maths, I can see what you wish to capture, just a thought anyway, and I love your enthusiasm with the topic. 🙂

  • Steve Brunton
    December 4, 2020

    From where to start?

  • Steve Brunton
    December 4, 2020

    Thank you, Sir, for explaining so nicely.

  • Steve Brunton
    December 4, 2020

    I feel like I have a hit a gold mine! Being a master student in mech, few weeks ago I was thinking of entering into this field and here I got a perfect start. I just discovered your channel and have already watched hours of videos, great visual representation and lectures. Thanks a lot professor!

  • Steve Brunton
    December 4, 2020

    super informative, thanks for sharing professor

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