By Niels Olhoff, Erik Lund (auth.), José Herskovits (eds.)
Advances in Structural Optimization offers the strategies for a large set of purposes, starting from the issues of dimension and form optimization (historically the 1st to be studied) to topology and fabric optimization. Structural versions are thought of that use either discrete and finite components. Structural fabrics may be classical or new. rising equipment also are addressed, equivalent to automated differentiation, clever constructions optimization, integration of structural optimization in concurrent engineering environments, and multidisciplinary optimization.
For researchers and architects in industries similar to aerospace, automobile, mechanical, civil, nuclear, naval and offshore. A reference booklet for complicated undergraduate or graduate classes on structural optimization and optimal layout.
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