Preconditioned Splitting in Dynamic Iteration Schemes for Coupled DAE Systems in RC Network Design
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Complex technical systems are often composed of independently modeled subsystems. This co-modeling ansatz is naturally accomplished by a co-simulation algorithm based on dynamic iteration, where the respective DAE submodels are solved iteratively. For index one RC-network designs, we show that dynamic iteration can be stabilized using a preconditioned splitting scheme which employs only topological network information.
KeywordsMultibody System Domain Decomposition Method Full Column Rank Dynamic Iteration Splitting Approach
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