Sensor placement in nuclear reactors based on the generalized empirical interpolation method

Abstract : In this paper, we apply the so-called generalized empirical interpolation method (GEIM) to address the problem of sensor placement in nuclear reactors. This task is challenging due to the accumulation of a number of difficulties like the complexity of the underlying physics and the constraints in the admissible sensor locations and their number. As a result, the placement, still today, strongly relies on the know-how and experience of engineers from different areas of expertise. The present methodology contributes to making this process become more systematic and, in turn, simplify and accelerate the procedure.
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J.-P. Argaud, B. Bouriquet, F. de Caso, Helin Gong, Y. Maday, et al.. Sensor placement in nuclear reactors based on the generalized empirical interpolation method. Journal of Computational Physics, Elsevier, 2018, 363, pp.354-370. ⟨10.1016/j.jcp.2018.02.050⟩. ⟨hal-01522987v2⟩

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