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Reduced Order Modeling of CFD Model using Machine Learning and an Application for Heat Damage Evaluation


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Author(J)1) 河合 悠奈, 2) 新谷 浩平, 3) 菅井 友駿, 4) 笹川 崇
Author(E)1) Haruna Kawai, 2) Kohei Shintani, 3) Tomotaka Sugai, 4) Takashi Sasagawa
Affiliation(J)1) トヨタ自動車, 2) トヨタ自動車, 3) トヨタ自動車, 4) 豊田中央研究所
Affiliation(E)1) Toyota Motor, 2) Toyota Motor, 3) Toyota Motor, 4) Toyota Central R&D Labs.


Abstract(E)In recent years, automakers have become required to build more agile development system for drastic changes in market needs. However, CFD takes a lot of time, so we need the simpler method instead. In this study, we reduced the dimension of the CFD model using tensor decomposition for heat damage evaluation as an example. Additionally, by applying this method, we built the AI model to replace CFD and verified its effectiveness.

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