Accuracy of a domain decomposition method for the recovering of discontinuous heat sources in metal sheet cutting
This paper describes a method for the retrieval of discontinuous heat sources involved in a metal cutting process. Two smoothing techniques were used in the present study in order to smooth noisy sensor data recorded by temperature sensors. The two smoothing techniques are a least squares polynomial fit and a Lagrangian smoothing. These data are then used to recover the heat source. It is found that the least squares polynomial provides over-smoothed results and the Lagrangian smoothing produces phyically acceptable results of the retrieved heat source.
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