Balanced truncation model reduction for symmetric second order systems – A passivity-based approach

06/16/2020
by   Ines Dorschky, et al.
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We introduce a model reduction approach for linear time-invariant second order systems based on positive real balanced truncation. Our method guarantees asymptotic stability and passivity of the reduced order model as well as the positive definiteness of the mass and stiffness matrices. Moreover, we receive an a priori gap metric error bound. Finally, we show that our method based on positive real balanced truncation preserves the structure of overdamped second order systems.

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