3D topology optimisation including a movable void

H. Hofmeyer, J.M. Davila Delgado

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To find structure concepts for building spatial designs, structural elements can be added to a spatial design, preferably at the boundaries of the explicitly defined spaces, and these elements can subsequently be optimised via topology optimisation, which is here defined as strategy I. Another strategy (II) is to interpret the total volume of the spatial design as structural mass -so without defined spaces-, and to optimise the distribution of this mass via 3D topology optimisation, most often naturally yielding (open) spaces as well. In this paper, strategy II is extended by including a movable void explicitly. The final aim is to compare strategies I and II, however, some issues exist with movable voids within gradient-based topology optimisation, and future research needs to explore non-gradient based methods first.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelProceedings of the 21st International Workshop: Intelligent Computing in Engineering (EG-ICE 2014), July 16-18, 2014 in Cardiff, The United Kingdom
RedacteurenH. Li, Y. Rafiq, P. Wilde, de
Plaats van productieCardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
UitgeverijCardiff University School of Engineering
Pagina's1-10
ISBN van geprinte versie978-0-9930807-0-8
StatusGepubliceerd - 2014
Evenementconference; The 21st International Workshop: Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2014; 2014-07-16; 2014-07-18 -
Duur: 16 jul 201418 jul 2014

Congres

Congresconference; The 21st International Workshop: Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2014; 2014-07-16; 2014-07-18
Periode16/07/1418/07/14
AnderThe 21st International Workshop: Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2014

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    Hofmeyer, H., & Davila Delgado, J. M. (2014). 3D topology optimisation including a movable void. In H. Li, Y. Rafiq, & P. Wilde, de (editors), Proceedings of the 21st International Workshop: Intelligent Computing in Engineering (EG-ICE 2014), July 16-18, 2014 in Cardiff, The United Kingdom (blz. 1-10). Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom: Cardiff University School of Engineering.