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    Title: 自動調整約束限制再設計方法在結構最佳化之應用
    Other Titles: Automated Constraints Respecification in Structural Optimization
    Authors: 張永康
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系
    Keywords: 最佳化設計;線性規劃法;拘束限制;結構最佳化;Optimal Design;Linear Programming;Constraint;Structural Optimization
    Date: 1995-12
    Issue Date: 2014-03-07 09:06:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在對大型航太結構的最佳化設計時,很可能由於約束限制的矛盾或設計不良等原因造成初始設計的問題無法得到合理可行的解答。因此在本篇論文中,提出二種自動調整的約束限制再設計的方法,來幫助設計者重新設計問題。此二種方法是針對行為和設計參數的約束限制所發展的。本研究是以最少的約束限制的改變為目的,並且採用次序線性規劃法驗證分析。本文將以三個典型例子敘述自動調整約束限制再設計法。
    In the optimum design of large aerospace structures, it is possible that the initial design problem has no feasible solution due to unrealizable or conflicting constraints. In this paper, two automated constraints respecification (ACR) procedures are presented to help the designer to respecify the constraints when this occurs. Automated constraints respecification procedures are developed for both behavior constraints and side constraints. The ACR procedures are formulated as minimum constraints change problems and solved by sequential linear programming. Three examples are used to illustrate the ACR formulations.
    Relation: 第一屆海峽兩岸航空太空學術研討會論文集,頁265-270
    Appears in Collections:[航空太空工程學系暨研究所] 會議論文

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