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Lab #12 Optimization 1. Two Types (used) a. iteration (math programming redesign (MPR)) THIS IS A TRUE OPTIMIZATION b. parameter study (specific numbers) 2. First Create a part and create an FEM model. Put the boundary conditions and loads onto the model. 3. Select the Design icon Figure 1: (from left to right) This is the top row in optimization. Design, Solution Set, Step/Iteration control. 4. Select one of selections, either parameter study or math programming redesign 5. Select solution set icon. This is just like doing the other analysis. 6. Step/Iteration Control is next. If you selected Parameter Study then it will be a step control and the other for a MPR. Figure 3: On the left is the step control. The top three are all you need to worry about. On the right is the iteration control. Same as the previous.
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Go to Design Parameters. (Top left in figure 4) Figure 4: On the right is the design parameter menu. By select dimension button it allows you to select the dimension. (If dimensions are not currently displayed, used right click, display dimensions.) The Step size is for control how the value will change when using parameter study. 8. (If doing MPR) Go to Design Goal (bullseye). Here choose what is to be minimized, total mass, mass limit or stress limit. (Entire Model) 9. Select one or more of the other four icons in figure 4. Here you input the parameter goal for each. 10. Solve (same as in previous analysis) 11. Look at the History (this displays your results) 12. (optional) update part/model with the chosen optimization result....
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