2008
DOI: 10.2514/1.30884
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Abstract: In industrial practice, innovative structural aircraft design is, on the one hand, driven by several design criteria like static stress, damage tolerance, and stability, and, on the other hand, by new manufacturing methods and materials, which promise beneficial effects on manufacturing costs and weight. Published optimization approaches are mostly based on pure static stress criteria, albeit the important influence of stability and damage tolerance is neglected. This assumption is perilous but significantly s… Show more

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“…Bureerat and Limtragool (2008) presented the application of simulated annealing for solving structural topology optimization, while a numerical technique termed as multiresolution design variables was proposed as a numerical tool to enhance the searching performance. Hansen et al (2008) introduced an optimization approach based on an evolution strategy that incorporates multiple criteria by using nonlinear finite-element analyses for stability and a set of linear analyses for damage-tolerance evaluation, the applicability of the approach was presented for the window area of a generic aircraft fuselage. Kaveh and Shahrouzi (2008) proposed a hybrid strategy combining indirect information share in ant systems with direct constructive genetic search, for this purpose some proper coding techniques were employed to enable testing the method with various sets of control parameters.…”
Section: Towards the Selection Of The Optimization Algorithmmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Bureerat and Limtragool (2008) presented the application of simulated annealing for solving structural topology optimization, while a numerical technique termed as multiresolution design variables was proposed as a numerical tool to enhance the searching performance. Hansen et al (2008) introduced an optimization approach based on an evolution strategy that incorporates multiple criteria by using nonlinear finite-element analyses for stability and a set of linear analyses for damage-tolerance evaluation, the applicability of the approach was presented for the window area of a generic aircraft fuselage. Kaveh and Shahrouzi (2008) proposed a hybrid strategy combining indirect information share in ant systems with direct constructive genetic search, for this purpose some proper coding techniques were employed to enable testing the method with various sets of control parameters.…”
Section: Towards the Selection Of The Optimization Algorithmmentioning
confidence: 99%