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Comparison from Compressor performance modelling method based on support vector machine nonlinear regression algorithm

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posted on 16.12.2019 by Yulong Ying, Siyu Xu, Jingchao Li, Bin Zhang
To overcome the difficulty of having only part of compressor characteristic maps including on-design operating point, and accurately calculate compressor thermodynamic performance under variable working conditions, this paper proposes a novel compressor performance modelling method based on support vector machine nonlinear regression algorithm. It is compared with the other three neural network algorithms (i.e. BP, RBF and Elman neural networks) from the perspective of interpolation and extrapolation accuracy as well as calculation time, to prove the validity of the proposed method. Application analyses indicate that the proposed method has better interpolation and extrapolation performance than the other three neural networks. In terms of flow characteristic map representation, the root mean square error (RMSE) of the extrapolation performance at higher and lower speed operating area by the proposed method is 0.89% and 2.57%, respectively. And the total RMSE by the proposed method is 2.72%, which is more accurate by 47% than the Elman algorithm. For efficiency characteristic map representation, the RMSE of the extrapolation performance at higher and lower speed operating area by the proposed method is 2.85% and 1.22%, respectively. And the total RMSE by the proposed method is 1.81%, which is more accurate by 35% than the BP algorithm. Moreover, the proposed method has better real-time performance compared with the other three neural network algorithms.

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