STREAM-0D’s ‘extrusion line/profil model for predicting profile accuracy’ application has been mentioned by the European Commission’s Innovation Radar for its market potential.
The predictive models created by École Centrale de Nantes in the context of STREAM-0D project need to be used with ease by users despite their complexity. To do so, ECN uses special encodings able to reduce complexity and allow the models to run in real-time.
To operate in real-time, complex simulation models such the ones implemented in STREAM-0D need to cut down computational times while saving the reliability of information. This is where the notion of ‘sparsity’ comes into play.
For this new Bits Of STREAM-0D episode, the Institut de Calcul Intensif (ICI) of the École Centrale de Nantes explains why, in the last decade, Reduced Order Modeling (ROM) has emerged as a key tool in simulation-based engineering sciences.