Model and Discretization Error Adaptivity within Stationary Gas Transport Optimization

  • The minimization of operation costs for natural gas transport networks is studied. Based on a recently developed model hierarchy ranging from detailed models of instationary partial differential equations with temperature dependence to highly simplified algebraic equations, modeling and discretization error estimates are presented to control the overall error in an optimization method for stationary and isothermal gas flows. The error control is realized by switching to more detailed models or finer discretizations if necessary to guarantee that a prescribed model and discretization error tolerance is satisfied in the end. We prove convergence of the adaptively controlled optimization method and illustrate the new approach with numerical examples.

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Author:Volker Mehrmann, Martin Schmidt, Jeroen J. Stolwijk
Document Type:Preprint
Language:English
Date of Publication (online):2017/11/27
Date of first Publication:2017/11/27
Release Date:2017/11/27
Tag:Adaptive error control; Gas network optimization; Isothermal stationary Euler equations; Marking strategy; Model hierarchy
Pagenumber:22
Institutes:Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Technische Universität Berlin
Subprojects:B03
B08

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