Combined super-structured and super-structure free optimisation of building spatial designs

S. Boonstra, K. van der Blom, H. Hofmeyer, M.T.M (Michael) Emmerich

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This paper proposes a new method for multi-disciplinary optimisation of building spatial designs in the preliminary design stage. First it discusses two recently developed building spatial design optimisation methods, one using a super-structured approach and the other applying a superstructure free approach. Subsequently, a combination of the two methods into a new hybrid method is presented. A case study is demonstrated to compare the three methods based on their performance and the characteristics of their design evolution. First results show that the hybrid method could aid in the effective exploration of large design search spaces by selecting more confined design search spaces based on engineering knowledge.
TaalEngels
TitelIntelligent computing in engineering. EG-ICE International workshop. 24TH 2017.
SubtitelEG-ICE 2017
RedacteurenChristian Koch, Walid Tizani, Jelena Ninić
Plaats van productieNottingham
UitgeverijUniversity of Nottingham
Pagina's23-34
Aantal pagina's12
ISBN van elektronische versie9781510843455
StatusGepubliceerd - jul 2017
Evenement24th EG-ICE International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering - Engineering Science and Learning Centre, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, Verenigd Koninkrijk
Duur: 10 jul 201712 jul 2017
Congresnummer: 24
https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Conference/fac-eng/eg-ice2017/index.aspx

Congres

Congres24th EG-ICE International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering
Verkorte titelEG-ICE 2017
LandVerenigd Koninkrijk
StadNottingham
Periode10/07/1712/07/17
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Knowledge engineering
Design optimization

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    Boonstra, S., van der Blom, K., Hofmeyer, H., & Emmerich, M. T. M. M. (2017). Combined super-structured and super-structure free optimisation of building spatial designs. In C. Koch, W. Tizani, & J. Ninić (editors), Intelligent computing in engineering. EG-ICE International workshop. 24TH 2017. : EG-ICE 2017 (blz. 23-34). Nottingham: University of Nottingham.
    Boonstra, S. ; van der Blom, K. ; Hofmeyer, H. ; Emmerich, M.T.M (Michael). / Combined super-structured and super-structure free optimisation of building spatial designs. Intelligent computing in engineering. EG-ICE International workshop. 24TH 2017. : EG-ICE 2017. redacteur / Christian Koch ; Walid Tizani ; Jelena Ninić. Nottingham : University of Nottingham, 2017. blz. 23-34
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    Combined super-structured and super-structure free optimisation of building spatial designs. / Boonstra, S.; van der Blom, K.; Hofmeyer, H.; Emmerich, M.T.M (Michael).

    Intelligent computing in engineering. EG-ICE International workshop. 24TH 2017. : EG-ICE 2017. redactie / Christian Koch; Walid Tizani; Jelena Ninić. Nottingham : University of Nottingham, 2017. blz. 23-34.

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