Intrusive and Non-Intrusive Polynomial Chaos Approximations for a Two-Dimensional Steady State Navier-Stokes System with Random Forcing

07/25/2021
by   S. V. Lototsky, et al.
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While convergence of polynomial chaos approximation for linear equations is relatively well understood, a lot less is known for non-linear equations. The paper investigates this convergence for a particular equation with quadratic nonlinearity.

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