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Optimization of the Elastic Joint of Train Bogie Using by Response Surface Model

반응표면모델에 의한 철도 차량 대차의 탄성조인트 최적설계

Park, Chan-Gyeong;Lee, Gwang-Gi
박찬경;이광기

  • Published : 2000.03.01

Abstract

Optimization of the elastic joint of train is performed according to the minimization of ten responses which represent driving safety and ride comfort of train and analyzed by using the each response se surface model from stochastic design of experiments. After the each response surface model is constructed, the main effect and sensitivity analyses are successfully performed by 2nd order approximated regression model as described in this paper. We can get the optimal solutions using by nonlinear programming method such as simplex or interval optimization algorithms. The response surface models and the optimization algorithms are used together to obtain the optimal design of the elastic joint of train. the ten 2nd order polynomial response surface models of the three translational stiffness of the elastic joint (design factors) are constructed by using CCD(Central Composite Design) and the multi-objective optimization is also performed by applying min-max and distance minimization techniques of relative target deviation.

Keywords

Railway Dynamics;Response Surface Model;Design of Experiments;Optimization;Sensitivity Analysis;Central Composite Design

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