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History of Rotating Machinery DynamicsOptimization

History of Rotating Machinery Dynamics: Optimization [Optimization had its roots in the scientific revolution period and thus is one of the oldest sciences [8]. For industrial applications, however it remained dormant until recent times. The pioneering work of modern structural topology can be traced back to 1981 when Cheng and Olhoff, see Keng-Tuno [5], introduced the concept of microstructure to structural optimization in studying the optimum thickness design of a solid elastic plate for minimum compliance. A continuum approach to structural topology optimization was first introduced by Bendsøe and Kikuchi [1]. Optimization of finite element-based structures is acknowledged as a useful methodology for achieving important improvements in product design and is widely used in automotive and aerospace industries.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

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Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright
© Springer Netherlands 2011
ISBN
978-94-007-1164-8
Pages
341 –351
DOI
10.1007/978-94-007-1165-5_19
Publisher site
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Abstract

[Optimization had its roots in the scientific revolution period and thus is one of the oldest sciences [8]. For industrial applications, however it remained dormant until recent times. The pioneering work of modern structural topology can be traced back to 1981 when Cheng and Olhoff, see Keng-Tuno [5], introduced the concept of microstructure to structural optimization in studying the optimum thickness design of a solid elastic plate for minimum compliance. A continuum approach to structural topology optimization was first introduced by Bendsøe and Kikuchi [1]. Optimization of finite element-based structures is acknowledged as a useful methodology for achieving important improvements in product design and is widely used in automotive and aerospace industries.]

Published: Jan 1, 2011

Keywords: Design Variable; Topology Optimization; Minimum Compliance; Structural Topology Optimization; Blade Root

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