BibTeX
@ARTICLE{
Bucker2010DaC,
author = "H. M. B{\"u}cker and J. Willkomm and S. Gro{\ss} and O. Fortmeier",
title = "Discrete and Continuous Adjoint Approaches to Estimate Boundary Heat Fluxes in Falling
Films",
journal = "Optimization Methods \& Software",
pages = "105125",
doi = "10.1080/10556780903341711",
abstract = "A wavy falling film simulation is considered in which a liquid travels along one
side of a thin metal foil that is heated electrically from the opposite side. The direct problem
consists of a threedimensional heat conduction equation on a cuboid domain representing the foil
with suitable initial and boundary conditions. The inverse problem consists of determining the heat
flux on the film side of the foil from a given distribution of the temperature on the heating side.
Two different adjoint approaches for the solution of this inverse problem are compared. In the
continuous adjoint approach, the adjoint problem is analytically derived from the direct problem and
then discretized. In the discrete adjoint approach, the direct problem is discretized from which an
adjoint code is generated by means of the reverse mode of automatic differentiation. Numerical
experiments are reported demonstrating the advantages and disadvantages of the two approaches.",
year = "2010",
volume = "26",
number = "1",
ad_area = "Process Engineering",
ad_tools = "ADOLC",
ad_theotech = "Adjoint"
}
