What is it about?

Can industrial systems be quickly simulated using limited computational resources? This paper examines whether there is any hope of achieving real-time simulations through artificial intelligence. This work demonstrates that the cutting-edge techniques in artificial intelligence facilitate realization of the digital twins.

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Why is it important?

In the next generation of manufacturing, construction of a digital twin is an inevitable step. The digital twin provides a virtual representation that facilitates real-time modeling, monitoring, and optimization. How to build an effective digital twin poses a significant challenge in recent years. Fortunately, our AI accelerated framework may provide an appealing solution, as it enables the simulation of large-scale systems with exceptionally high efficiency. Through this framework, building digital twins for industrial processes becomes technically feasible.


As mentioned by an anonymous reviewer, “the proposed model can provide a development direction for future modeling and computation”. I hope this article offers new insights into modeling and simulation. This technology complements CAE software/solvers and amplifies their power when deployed in industries. The proposed approach enables engineers to quickly gather predictive information before executing on-site operations and decision making. With the integration of this technology, we are transitioning from lab-scale research to industrial applications.


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This page is a summary of: On reduced-order modeling of gas–solid flows using deep learning, Physics of Fluids, March 2024, American Institute of Physics,
DOI: 10.1063/5.0193480.
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