1 edition of Inverse design and optimisation methods found in the catalog.
Inverse design and optimisation methods
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Lecture series / Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics -- 1997-05, Lecture series (Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics) -- 1997-05.|
|Contributions||Braembussche, R. van den., Manna, M., Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics.|
|LC Classifications||QA901 .I66 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
In aerodynamic shape optimization, gradient-based methods often rely on the adjoint approach, which is capable of computing the objective function sensitivities with respect to the design variables. In the literature adjoint approaches are proved to outperform other relevant methods, such as the direct sensitivity analysis, finite differences. Anyone wanting to learn more about the inverse design methods including topology optimization About the Presenters: James Pond and Jens Niegemann, Lumerical Inc. Dr. James Pond is the CTO and co-founder of Lumerical Inc. and is a driving force behind the company’s core software algorithms, technology, and advanced photonic modeling capabilities.
The blade parametrization is performed by means of a three-dimensional inverse design method, where aerodynamic parameters, such as the blade loading, are used to describe the blade shape. Such a parametrization allows for a direct control of the aerodynamic flow field and performance, leading to a major advantage in the optimization process. 2 direct, linear, and iterative-linear inverse methods 23 direct inversion methods 24 model-based inversion methods 29 linear/linearized inverse methods 32 solution of linear inverse problems 35 iterative methods for non-linear problems: local optimization 53 solution using probabilistic formulation
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Spins, Photonics Inverse Design Software. Spins, available for license through Stanford Office of Technology and Licensing ; Spins-B, open-source version available on Github; Relevant Publications.
Inverse design in nanophotonics, Sean Molesky, Zin Lin, Alexander Y. Piggott, Weiliang Jin, Jelena Vučković, Alejandro W. Rodriguez. Nature Photonics vol pages – () [arXiv The use of an inverse design method gains more popularity because it requires less computational time.
Nowadays several inverse design methods are available. One of the most useful inverse method algorithms is the one developed by Dr. Takanashi . which uses the inversely formulated transonic small perturbation equation.
This algorithm finds. However, the model combining the inverse design method and the optimization oriented by pressure distribution is scarcely reported.
In order to address the issue of 3-D aerodynamic shape design with HLFC technology, this paper carry out a design framework based on the inverse design method and the optimization oriented by pressure : Yixiong Yang, Junqiang Bai, Li Li, Tihao Yang, Hui Wang, Shiwei Ma, Yu Zhang.
The experience-independent inverse design optimization method can automatically obtain the target pressure distribution along the cascade airfoil through the genetic algorithm, rather than through the manual specification approach.
The shape of cascade airfoil is then solved by the adjoint method. The effectiveness of the experience-independent Cited by: 3.
With the progress of high-speed computers, the time has come for such methods to be used practically. There is strong evidence of a growing interest in the development and use of aerodynamic inverse design and optimization techniques. This is true, not only for aerospace industries, but also for any industries requiring fluid dynamic design.
Computational inverse design has been a driving force behind the development of compact and highly efficient nanophotonic devices. However, due to fabrication constraints, devices have so far mostly been restricted to planar geometries. With recent developments, additive manufacturing techniques are poised to open up a vast design space for free-form nanophotonic devices, bringing.
Performance Optimization of a Fan Stage using the 3D Inverse Design Method. In this webinar, you will see the performance of an Axial and Centrifugal Fan can be optimized for improved stage performance by using the inverse design method. We will demonstrate how the efficient optimization methods within TURBOdesign Suite allow designers to produce high performance, optimized designs.
OPTIMIZATION FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN: Algorithms and Examples, Edition 2 - Ebook written by KALYANMOY DEB. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read OPTIMIZATION FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN: Algorithms and Examples, Edition 2.
This well-received book, now in its second edition, continues to provide a number of optimization algorithms which are commonly used in computer-aided engineering design.
The book begins with simple single-variable optimization techniques, and then goes on to give unconstrained and constrained optimization techniques in a step-by-step format so that they can be coded in any user 4/5(1). This book presents the topology optimization theory for laminar flows with low and moderate Reynolds numbers, based on the density method and level-set method, respectively.
The density-method-based theory offers efficient convergence, while the level-set-method-based theory can provide anaccurate mathematical expression of the structural boundary. Readers who do research in applied mathematics, engineering, geophysics, biomedicine, image processing, remote sensing, and environmental science will benefit from the contents since the book incorporates a background of using statistical and non-statistical methods, e.g., regularization and optimization techniques for solving practical inverse.
We propose a nonlocal optimization method for inverse design in nanophotonics. Existing local-gradient-based optimization approaches lack nonlocal exploration ability required for escaping from local minima in non-convex landscapes. A nonlocal gradient operator using directional Gaussian smoothing (DGS) is proposed to address this challenge in photonics device design.
The book introduces the geophysical inversion theory, including the classical solving approaches firstly. Then, it introduces several typical global inversion approaches including particle swarm optimization (PSO), differential evolution (DE), and multiobjective optimization methods, as well as some examples to inverse the geophysical data, such as gravity, MT sounding, well logging, self.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA The alternative paradigm used here is functionality-driven discovery (or ‘Inverse Design’). It uses optimization and search methods (such as evolutionary algorithms) to directly follow the functionality surface (illustrated by the top part of Fig.
2), thus directly identifying the structures and configurations whose functionality comes. Dulikravich, G. and Egorov, I. () “Inverse Design of Alloys’ Chemistry for Specified Thermo-Mechanical Properties by Using Multi-Objective Optimization”, Chapter 8 in Computational Methods for Applied Inverse Problems (eds: Wang, Y.
F., Yagola, A. and Yang, C. C.), Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems Ser Walter De Gruyter. The results / I. De Falco --An Euler/Navier-Stokes inverse method for compressor and turbine blade design / A. Demeulenaere --Aerodynamic optimization with evolutionary algorithms ; Target pressure optimization using MOGA / S.
Obayashi --Practical applications to fluid flows of automatic differentiation for design problems / B. Mohammadi. This book contains state-of-the-art contributions in the field of evolutionary and deterministic methods for design, optimization and control in engineering and lists have written each of the 34 chapters as extended versions of selected papers presented at the International Conference on Evolutionary and Deterministic Methods for Design, Optimization and.
An inverse design method of diffuser blades by genetic algorithms 28 December | Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of Power and Energy, Vol.No.
4 Shape Optimization of IC Engine Ports and Chambers. The development of inverse design, where computational optimization techniques are used to design devices based on certain specifications, has led to the discovery of many compact, nonintuitive structures with superior performance.
Among various methods, large-scale, gradient-based optimization techniques have been one of the most important ways to design a structure containing a vast number. The optimization design strategy was built by combining the 3D inverse design method, CFD analyses, Design of Experiment (DOE), Response Surface Methodology (RSM), Multi .This book focuses on numerical simulation-based design theory and methods in mechanical engineering.
The simulation-based design of mechanical equipment involves considerable scientific challenges inc Computational Inverse Techniques. Xu Han, Jie Liu. Pages Computational Inverse for Modeling Parameters. Providing an up-to-date overview of the most popular global optimization methods used in interpreting geophysical observations, this new edition includes a detailed description of the theoretical development underlying each method and a thorough explanation of the design, implementation and limitations of algorithms.