A seamless reduced basis element method for 2D Maxwell's problem: An introduction
We present a reduced basis element method (RBEM) for the time-harmonic Maxwell's equation. The RBEM is a Reduced Basis Method (RBM) with parameters describing the geometry of the computational domain, coupled with a domain decomposition method. The basic idea is the following. First, we decompose the computational domain into a series of subdomains, each of which is deformed from some reference domain. Then, we associate with each reference domain precomputed solutions to the same governing partial differential equation, but with different choices of deformations. Finally, one seeks the approximation on a new domain as a linear combination of the corresponding precomputed solutions on each subdomain. Unlike the work on RBEM for thermal fin and fluid flow problems, we do not need a mortar type method to "glue" the various local functions. This "gluing" is done "automatically" thanks to the use of a discontinuous Galerkin method. We present the rationale for the method together with numerical results showing exponential convergence for the simulation of a metallic pipe with both ends open. Â© 2011 Springer.
Keywords: Discontinuous Galerkin methods; Domain Decomposition; Maxwell's equations; Reduced basis; Reduced basis methods; Reduced order models ; Computational fluid dynamics; Computational geometry; Convergence of numerical methods; Differential equations; Domain decomposition methods; Flow of fluids; Galerkin methods; Gluing; Image segmentation ; Maxwell equations
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