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Sensitivity and Uncertantity Analysis: Applications to Large-Scale Systems, Vol II

Dan G. Cacuci, Mihaela Ionescu-Bujor, and Ionel Michael Navon
Publisher: 
Chapman & Hall/CRC
Publication Date: 
2005
Number of Pages: 
352
Format: 
Hardcover
Price: 
59.95
ISBN: 
1-58488-116-X
Category: 
Monograph
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 A COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF SENSITIVITY AND UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS METHODS FOR LARGE-SCALE SYSTEMS
Statistical Methods
Deterministic Methods
Computational Considerations

APPLICATIONS OF THE ADJOINT SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS PROCEDURE (ASAP) TO TWO-PHASE FLOW SYSTEMS
ASAP for Generic Two-Phase Flow Problems
ASAP for the RELAP5/MOD3.2 Two-Fluid Model (REL/TF)

FORWARD AND ADJOINT SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS PROCEDURES FOR AUGMENTED SYSTEMS
Theoretical Basis for the ASAP For Augmented Systems
Illustrative Example: ASAP for the Coupled Two-Fluid with Heat Structures Model in RELAP5/MOD3.2 (REL/TF+HS)

FORWARD AND ADJOINT SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS PROCEDURES FOR RESPONSES DEFINED AT CRITICAL POINTS
FSAP and ASAP for Responses at Critical Points: General Theory
Illustrative Example: ASAP for the Maximum Clad Temperature Predicted by a Reactor Safety Code

USING THE ASAP TO GAIN NEW INSIGHTS INTO PARADIGM ATMOSPHERIC
SCIENCES PROBLEMS
A Paradigm Radiative-Convective Model (RCM) of the Atmosphere
Applying the ASAP for Efficient and Exhaustive Sensitivity Analysis of the RCM
Physical Interpretation of Solutions, Eigenvalues, and Eigenvectors of the Adjoint Sensitivity System for Atmospheric Models
Efficient Estimation of Feedback Effects for Climate Models
An Isentropic Two-Layer Model for Numerical Weather Prediction
Applying the ASAP for Efficient Sensitivity Analysis of Blocking Indexes in the Two-Layer Isentropic Model

ADJOINT SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS PROCEDURE FOR OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
Adjoint sensitivity analysis procedure (ASAP) for the Earth's Radiation Budget in the NCEP Medium-Range Forecasting Model
FSU-GSM Forecast Error Sensitivity to Initial Conditions: Application to Indian Summer Monsoon
Sensitivity to Large-Scale Environmental Fields of the Relaxed Arakawa-Schubert Parameterization in the NASA GEOS-1 GCM
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