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A Development of Two-Point Reciprocal Quadratic Approximation Mehtod for Configuration Optimization of Discrete Structures
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 Title & Authors
A Development of Two-Point Reciprocal Quadratic Approximation Mehtod for Configuration Optimization of Discrete Structures
Park, Yeong-Seon; Im, Jae-Mun; Yang, Cheol-Ho; Park, Gyeong-Jin;
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 Abstract
The configuration optimization is a structural optimization method which includes the coordinates of a structure as well as the sectional properties in the design variable set. Effective reduction of the weight of discrete structures can be obrained by changing the geometry while satisfying stress, Ei;er bickling, displacement, and frequency constraints, etc. However, the nonlinearity due to the configuration variables may cause the difficulties of the convergence and expensive computational cost. An efficient approximation method for the configuration optimization has been developed to overcome the difficulties. The method approximates the constraint functions based onthe second-order Taylor series expansion with reciprocal design variables. The Hessian matrix is approzimated from the information on previous design points. The developed algotithms are coded and the examples are solved.
 Keywords
Configuration Optimization;Structural Optimization;Two-Point Reciprocal Quadratic Approximation Method;
 Language
Korean
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