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In this paper we develop a set of stochastic numerical schemes for hyperbolic and transport equations with diffusive scalings and subject to random inputs. The schemes are asymptotic preserving (AP), in the sense that they preserve the diffusive limits of the equations in discrete setting, without requiring excessive refinement of the discretization. Our(More)
We propose a modified parallel-in-time parareal multi-level time integration method which, in contrast to previously proposed methods, employs a coarse solver based on a reduced model, built from the information obtained from the fine solver at each iteration. This approach is demonstrated to offer two substantial advantages: it accelerates convergence of(More)
We study nontrivial applications of the reduced basis method (RBM) for electromagnetic applications with an emphasis on scattering and the estimation of radar cross section (RCS). The method and several extensions are explained with two examples with different characteristics. Parameters that are allowed to vary within the model include frequency, incident(More)
Rocket and gas turbine combustion dynamics involves a confluence of diverse physics and interaction across a number of system components. Any comprehensive, self-consistent numerical model is burdened by a very large computational mesh, stiff unsteady processes which limit the permissible time step, and the need to perform tedious, repeated calculations for(More)
JAN S. HESTHAVEN ∗, SHUN ZHANG † , AND XUEYU ZHU ‡ Abstract. In this paper, we propose reduced basis multiscale finite element methods (RB-MsFEM) for elliptic problems with highly oscillating coefficients. The method is based on multiscale finite element methods with local test functions that encode the oscillatory behavior ([4, 14]). For uniform(More)
In this paper, a new high-order multiscale finite element method is developed for elliptic problems with highly oscillating coefficients. The method is inspired by the multiscale finite element method developed in [3], but a more explicit multiscale finite element space is constructed. The approximation space is nonconforming when oversampling technique is(More)
A high-conversion-efficiency, low-threshold, quasi-continuous-wave optical parametric generator (OPG) based on a periodically poled lithium niobate (PPLN) crystal is presented. Pumped by an acousto-optically Q-switched 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser with a power output of 848 mW, the OPG generated an output power of 452 mW for the signal and the idle waves, achieving(More)
In this paper, a new high-order multiscale finite element method (MsFEM) is developed for elliptic problems with highly oscillating coefficients. The method is inspired by the MsFEM developed in [G. Allaire and R. Brizzi, Multiscale Model. Simul., 4 (2005), pp. 790–812], but a more explicit multiscale finite element space is constructed. The approximation(More)
We propose a generalized polynomial chaos (gPC) based stochastic Galerkin methods for scalar hyperbolic balance laws with random geometric source terms or random initial data. This method is well-balanced (WB), in the sense that it captures the stochastic steady state solution with high order accuracy. The framework of the stochastic WB schemes is presented(More)