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Multi-Objective Optimal Design of a Single Phase AC Solenoid Actuator Used for Maximum Holding Force and Minimum Eddy Current Loss
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 Title & Authors
Multi-Objective Optimal Design of a Single Phase AC Solenoid Actuator Used for Maximum Holding Force and Minimum Eddy Current Loss
Yoon, Hee-Sung; Eum, Young-Hwan; Zhang, Yanli; Koh, Chang-Seop;
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 Abstract
A new Pareto-optimal design algorithm, requiring least computational work, is proposed for a single phase AC solenoid actuator with multi-design-objectives: maximizing holding force and minimizing eddy current loss simultaneously. In the algorithm, the design space is successively reduced by a suitable factor, as iteration repeats, with the center of pseudo-optimal point. At each iteration, the objective functions are approximated to a simple second-order response surface with the CCD sampling points generated within the reduced design space, and Pareto-optimal solutions are obtained by applying() evolution strategy with the fitness values of Pareto strength.
 Keywords
Adaptive Response Surface Method;AC Solenoid Actuator;Multi-objective Optimal Design;Pareto-optimal Solution;
 Language
English
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