A Study on the Construction of Response Surfaces for Design Optimization

- Journal title : Transactions of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers A
- Volume 24, Issue 6, 2000, pp.1408-1418
- Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
- DOI : 10.22634/KSME-A.2000.24.6.1408

Title & Authors

A Study on the Construction of Response Surfaces for Design Optimization

Hong, Gyeong-Jin; Jeon, Gwang-Gi; Jo, Yeong-Seok; Choe, Dong-Hun; Lee, Se-Jeong;

Hong, Gyeong-Jin; Jeon, Gwang-Gi; Jo, Yeong-Seok; Choe, Dong-Hun; Lee, Se-Jeong;

Abstract

Gradient-based optimization methods are inefficient in applications which require expensive function evaluations, and useless in applications where objective and/or constraint functions are 'noisy' due to modeling and cumulative numerical inaccuracy since gradient evaluation results cannot be reliable. Moreover, it is difficult to be integrated with commercial analysis software, and they cannot be employed when only experimental analysis results are available. In this research an optimization program based on a response surface method has been developed to overcome the aforementioned difficulties. Various methods for design of experiments and new proposed approximation models are implemented in the program. The effectiveness of the optimization program is tested on several test problems and results are discussed.

Keywords

Optimization;Response Surface Method;Design of Experiments;Approximation Model;

Language

Korean

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