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A comparison of one and two-sided Krylov-Arnoldi projection methods for fully coupled, damped structural-acoustic analysis

Abstract

The two-sided second-order Arnoldi algorithm is used to generate a reduced order model of two test cases of fully coupled, acoustic interior cavities, backed by flexible structural systems with damping. The reduced order model is obtained by applying a Galerkin-Petrov projection of the coupled system matrices, from a higher dimensional subspace to a lower dimensional subspace, whilst preserving the low frequency moments of the coupled system. The basis vectors for projection are computed efficiently using a two-sided second-order Arnoldi algorithm, which generates an orthogonal basis for the second-order Krylov subspace containing moments of the original higher dimensional system. The first model is an ABAQUS benchmark problem: a 2D, point loaded, water filled cavity. The second model is a cylindrical air-filled cavity, with clamped ends and a load normal to its curved surface. The computational efficiency, error and convergence are analyzed, and the two-sided second-order Arnoldi method shows better efficiency and performance than the one-sided Arnoldi technique, whilst also preserving the second-order structure of the original problem.

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Authors

Puri, S
Morrey, D

Oxford Brookes departments

Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment\Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Dates

Year of publication: 2013
Date of RADAR deposit: 2013-07-12



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