Deep Learning of Turbulent Scalar Mixing

by   Maziar Raissi, et al.

Based on recent developments in physics-informed deep learning and deep hidden physics models, we put forth a framework for discovering turbulence models from scattered and potentially noisy spatio-temporal measurements of the probability density function (PDF). The models are for the conditional expected diffusion and the conditional expected dissipation of a Fickian scalar described by its transported single-point PDF equation. The discovered model are appraised against exact solution derived by the amplitude mapping closure (AMC)/ Johnsohn-Edgeworth translation (JET) model of binary scalar mixing in homogeneous turbulence.


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