Closed-loop control of an open cavity flow using reduced-order models

Abstract : The control of separated fluid flow by reduced-order models is studied using the two-dimensional incompressible flow over an open square cavity at Reynolds numbers where instabilities are present. Actuation and measurement locations are taken on the upstream and downstream edge of the cavity. A bi-orthogonal projection is introduced to arrive at reduced-order models for the compensated problem. Global modes, proper orthogonal decomposition (POD) modes and balanced modes are used as expansion bases for the model reduction. The open-loop behaviour of the full and the reduced systems is analysed by comparing the respective transfer functions. This analysis shows that global modes are inadequate to sufficiently represent the inputoutput behaviour whereas POD and balanced modes are capable of properly approximating the exact transfer function. Balanced modes are far more efficient in this process, but POD modes show superior robustness. The performance of the closed-loop system corroborates this finding: while reduced-order models based on POD are able to render the compensated system stable, balanced modes accomplish the same with far fewer degrees of freedom. © 2009 Cambridge University Press.
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Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2009, 641 (December), pp.1-50. 〈10.1017/s0022112009991418〉
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Alexandre Barbagallo, D. Sipp, Peter Schmid. Closed-loop control of an open cavity flow using reduced-order models. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2009, 641 (December), pp.1-50. 〈10.1017/s0022112009991418〉. 〈hal-01021129〉

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