Interpolation Based Parametric Model Order Reduction
|Other Titles:||Interpolation Basiert Parametrischen Modellreduktion||Authors:||Nguyen, Thanh Son||Supervisor:||Bunse-Gerstner, Angelika||1. Expert:||Bunse-Gerstner, Angelika||2. Expert:||Benner, Peter||Abstract:||
In this thesis, we consider model order reduction of parameter-dependent large-scale dynamical systems. The objective is to develop a methodology to reduce the order of the model and simultaneously preserve the dependence of the model on parameters. We use the balanced truncation method together with spline interpolation to solve the problem. The core of this method is to interpolate the reduced transfer function, based on the pre-computed transfer function at a sample in the parameter domain. Linear splines and cubic splines are employed here. The use of the latter, as expected, reduces the error of the method. The combination is proven to inherit the advantages of balanced truncation such as stability preservation and, based on a novel bound for the infinity norm of the matrix inverse, the derivation of error bounds. Model order reduction can be formulated in the projection framework. In the case of a parameter-dependent system, the projection subspace also depends on parameters. One cannot compute this parameter-dependent projection subspace, but has to approximate it by interpolation based on a set of pre-computed subspaces. It turns out that this is the problem of interpolation on Grassmann manifolds. The interpolation process is actually performed on tangent spaces to the underlying manifold. To do that, one has to invoke the exponential and logarithmic mappings which involve some singular value decompositions. The whole procedure is then divided into the offline and online stage. The computation time in the online stage is a crucial point. By investigating the formulation of exponential and logarithmic mappings and analyzing the structure of sums of singular value decompositions, we succeed to reduce the computational complexity of the online stage and therefore enable the use of this algorithm in real time.
|Keywords:||Parametric model order reduction, spline, interpolation, Grassmann manifolds, real time||Issue Date:||27-Jan-2012||URN:||urn:nbn:de:gbv:46-00102510-19||Institution:||Universität Bremen||Faculty:||FB3 Mathematik/Informatik|
|Appears in Collections:||Dissertationen|
checked on Sep 23, 2020
checked on Sep 23, 2020
Items in Media are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.