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Uncertainty quantification of bladed disc systems using data driven stochastic reduced order models
, Jeyaraman S., Rahul Kumar,
Published in Elsevier
Volume: 190
This study focusses on the development of stochastic reduced order model for probabilistic characterisation of bladed disc systems with random spatial inhomogeneities. High fidelity finite element modelling is used to mathematically model the system. A two step reduction strategy is applied involving reduction in the state space dimension and reduction in the stochastic dimensions. Information of the spatial inhomogeneities are assumed to be available from limited in situ measurements across the spatial extent and are modelled as non-Gaussian random fields. The stochastic version of the finite element matrices are developed using a polynomial chaos based framework, which optimizes the stochastic dimensionality of the problem. The uncertainties in the input propagates through the system into the response, which are also random. Surrogate models for these response quantities are obtained as PCE and are constructed using the method of stochastic collocations. Challenges involved in application of PCE on complex geometrically irregular spatial domains are addressed. The efficacy of the proposed framework is demonstrated through two numerical examples -an academic bladed disc system and an industrial turbine rotor blade. © 2020 Elsevier Ltd
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