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Homogenization and Structural Topology Optimization Theory, Practice and Software by Behrooz Hassani

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Materials science,
  • Structural engineering,
  • Structural Dynamics (Engineering),
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Topology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Structural optimization,
  • Engineering - Civil,
  • Engineering - Mechanical,
  • Industrial Design - General,
  • Technology / Industrial Design / General,
  • Homogenization (Differential e,
  • Homogenization (Differential equations)

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages268
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9063754M
ISBN 103540762116
ISBN 109783540762119

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Homogenization and structural topology optimization: theory, practice, and software | Behrooz Hassani; E Hinton | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Multiscale Structural Topology Optimization discusses the development of a multiscale design framework for topology optimization of multiscale nonlinear structures. With the intention to alleviate the heavy computational burden of the design framework, the authors present a POD-based adaptive surrogate model for the RVE solutions at the microscopic scale and make a step further towards the. The topic of this book is homogenization theory and its applications to optimal design in the conductivity and elasticity settings. Its purpose is to give a self-contained account of homogenization theory and explain how it applies to solving optimal design problems, from both a theoretical and a numerical point of view. Revised manuscript received 3 January Shape and topology optimization of a linearly elastic structure is discussed using a modification of the homogenization method introduced by Bendsoe and Kikuchi together with various examples which.

The topology optimization method solves the basic engineering problem of distributing a limited amount of material in a design space. The first edition of this book has become the standard text on optimal design which is concerned with the optimization of structural topology, shape and material.   The present research develops a direct multiscale topology optimization method for additive manufacturing (AM) of coated structures with nonperiodic i. Allaire G, Jouve F, Toader AM () Structural optimization using sensitivity analysis and a level-set method. J Comput Phys (1) Google Scholar Digital Library; Almeida SRM, Paulino GH, Silva ECN () Layout and material gradation in topology optimization of functionally graded structures: a global-local approach. The topology optimization method solves the basic enginee- ring problem of distributing a limited amount of material in a design space. The first edition of this book has become the standard text on optimal design which is concerned with the optimization of structural topology, shape and material.

2. Homogenization-based topology optimization It is well-known that for many topology optimization problems, the optimal solutions can be found in the relaxed design space, i.e. the space allowing for micro-structural materials which have an infinitely fast variation in solid and void regions [18, 19, 20]. At the microscopic scale. Structural optimization techniques combined with standard homogenization concepts have been utilized for the design of structures with tunable effective properties, e.g. the design of fiber.   Hassani, B. and Hinton, E. [a] “ A review of homogenization and topology optimization I — Homogenization theory for media with periodic structure,” Comput. Struct. 69, – Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar.   These are the lecture notes of a short course on the homogenization method for topology optimization of structures, given by Grégoire Allaire, during the "GSIS International Summer School " at Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan). The goal of this course is to review the necessary mathematical tools of homogenization theory and apply them to topology optimization of .