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The goal in shape optimization for fluids is to find an optimal boundary of the flow domain that minimizes a prescribed objective, while satisfying suitable constraints. Inclusion of an artificial objective term is often needed to avoid inappropriate boundary parametrizations and thereby regularize the optimization problem. This work uses isogeometric analysis as framework for the numerical method and discusses various regularizations by comparing their effects in different examples.
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