workshop 4 goal driven optimization n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Workshop 4 Goal-Driven Optimization PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Workshop 4 Goal-Driven Optimization

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 23

Workshop 4 Goal-Driven Optimization - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 158 Views
  • Uploaded on

Workshop 4 Goal-Driven Optimization. DesignXplorer. Workshop 4. Minimum web. Maximum web. Goal Investigate the deflection and mass for model shown here as the load and the geometry are varied. The goal is to minimize mass and deflection with mass as the most important consideration .

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Workshop 4 Goal-Driven Optimization' - eugenia-weber


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
workshop 4
Workshop 4

Minimum web

Maximum web

  • Goal
    • Investigate the deflection and mass for model shown here as the load and the geometry are varied.
    • The goal is to minimize mass and deflection with mass as the most important consideration.
  • Model Description
    • Constrains and Load are shown on the picture.
workshop 41
Workshop 4

1. Import support.dsdb file

1

2

2. Double click on model and check all the parameters

workshop 42
Workshop 4

3

3. Double click on parameter set

workshop 43
Workshop 4

4. Double click on GDO in the toolbox

4

5

5. Double click on Design of Experiments

workshop 44
Workshop 4

6. Highlight parameters P2 and P4 in the outline of design of experiments, and set up lower and upper bounds as shown in the properties of outline

6

6

workshop 45
Workshop 4

7

7. Preview and Update Design of Experiments

A total of 9 automatic design points are created

workshop 46
Workshop 4

8. Double click on Design of Experiments

8

9

9. Double click on DOE

10. Change design type to Face Centered

Template type Enhanced

10

workshop 47
Workshop 4

11. Preview and Updated DOE

11

A total of 17 automatic design points are created

12

12. Return to Project

workshop 48
Workshop 4

13

13. RMB on Response Surface > Update

workshop 49
Workshop 4

14. Double click on Response Surface

14

15.Plot total deformation as a function of force

15

workshop 410
Workshop 4

16. Set Mode to 3D

16

Check goodness of the fit for the parameter P5 – Total deformation

workshop 411
Workshop 4

17

17. Click on Response surface and in the Properties of Outline change from standard response surface to Kriging

18. Update response surface

18

workshop 412
Workshop 4

Plot Response surface > 3D (repeat step 16)

Plot local sensitivities and spider chart

workshop 413
Workshop 4

19. Return to Project

19

20. Double click on optimization

20

21. Click on optimization and set Optimization Method > Screening

Number of initial Samples > 10000

21

workshop 414
Workshop 4

22. Set the goals as shown in optimization table

22

23. Update Optimization

23

Table of candidate designs based on the goals

workshop 415
Workshop 4

24. Select Tradeoff and Samples to get tradeoff and samples chart

In this case we have optimized goals that are counter to one another (min deformation and min mass)

Reducing the mass means Increasing the deformation and vice versa.

24

workshop 416
Workshop 4

25

27

25. Select candidate A, RMB, and insert it as Design Point

26. Return to Project

26

27. Double click on Parameter Set

workshop 417
Workshop 4

28. Update design Points

28

29. Select design point 1, RMB and Copy to current

29

30

30. Update Selected design point

31

31. Return to Project

mechanical slide
Mechanical slide

32. Double click on solution and check the results

32

workshop 418
Workshop 4

33. Double click on Response Surface

33

34

34. RMB on the Response Surface to insert the point in the response surface Response Point (see table above)

workshop 419
Workshop 4

35. Highlight Response Point and Insert as Design Point

35

36. Double click on Parameter Set

36

workshop 420
Workshop 4

37. Update Selected Design Point

37

38. Copy as current and update design point and you can see deformation and stress if you open Mechanical application.

38