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Complete CVDL Methodology for Investigating Hydrodynamic Instabilities

  title={Complete CVDL Methodology for Investigating Hydrodynamic Instabilities},
  author={Re'em Harel and Matan Rusanovsky and Yehonatan Fridman and Assaf Shimony and Gal Oren},
In fluid dynamics, one of the most important research fields is hydrodynamic instabilities and their evolution in different flow regimes. The investigation of said instabilities is concerned with the highly non-linear dynamics. Currently, three main methods are used for understanding of such phenomenon - namely analytical models, experiments and simulations - and all of them are primarily investigated and correlated using human expertise. In this work we claim and demonstrate that a major… 

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