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A parameterized non-intrusive reduced order model and error analysis for general time-dependent nonlinear partial differential equations and its applications / D. Xiao, F. Fang, C.C. Pain, I.M. Navon, Dunhui Xiao
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Volume: 317, Pages: 868 - 889
Swansea University Author: Dunhui Xiao
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A novel parameterized non-intrusive reduced order model (P-NIROM) based on proper orthogonal decomposition (POD) has been developed. This P-NIROM is a generic and efficient approach for model reduction of parameterized partial differential equations (P-PDEs). Over existing parameterized reduced orde...
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A novel parameterized non-intrusive reduced order model (P-NIROM) based on proper orthogonal decomposition (POD) has been developed. This P-NIROM is a generic and efficient approach for model reduction of parameterized partial differential equations (P-PDEs). Over existing parameterized reduced order models (P-ROM) (most of them are based on the reduced basis method), it is non-intrusive and independent on partial differential equations and computational codes. During the training process, the Smolyak sparse grid method is used to select a set of parameters over a specific parameterized space (). For each selected parameter, the reduced basis functions are generated from the snapshots derived from a run of the high fidelity model. More generally, the snapshots and basis function sets for any parameters over can be obtained using an interpolation method. The P-NIROM can then be constructed by using our recently developed technique (Xiao et al., 2015 [41,42]) where either the Smolyak or radial basis function (RBF) methods are used to generate a set of hyper-surfaces representing the underlying dynamical system over the reduced space.The new P-NIROM technique has been applied to parameterized Navier–Stokes equations and implemented with an unstructured mesh finite element model. The capability of this P-NIROM has been illustrated numerically by two test cases: flow past a cylinder and lock exchange case. The prediction capabilities of the P-NIROM have been evaluated by varying the viscosity, initial and boundary conditions. The results show that this P-NIROM has captured the quasi-totality of the details of the flow with CPU speedup of three orders of magnitude. An error analysis for the P-NIROM has been carried out.
Parameterized, Non-intrusive ROM, PDE, RBF, POD, Smolyak sparse grid