Searching fundamental information in ordinary differential equations. Nondimensionalization technique

@article{SnchezPrez2017SearchingFI,
  title={Searching fundamental information in ordinary differential equations. Nondimensionalization technique},
  author={Juan Francisco S{\'a}nchez P{\'e}rez and M Conesa and I. Alhama and Francisco Alhama and M. C{\'a}novas},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2017},
  volume={12}
}
Classical dimensional analysis and nondimensionalization are assumed to be two similar approaches in the search for dimensionless groups. Both techniques, simplify the study of many problems. The first approach does not need to know the mathematical model, being sufficient a deep understanding of the physical phenomenon involved, while the second one begins with the governing equations and reduces them to their dimensionless form by simple mathematical manipulations. In this work, a formal… 
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