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Furthermore, simple microstructures are presented that are optimized for multiple anisotropic loading conditions. This is done by approximating optimal microstructures on a single-scale, resulting in a performance that is close (e.g. 10-15%) to the theoretical bounds. When used as starting guess for topology optimization these proposed microstructures can be further improved, outperforming topology optimized designs using classical starting guesses both in performance and simplicity.
Finally, a class of simple periodic truss lattice structures is presented that exhibit near-optimal performance in the high porosity limit. The performance difference between closed and open-walled microstructures is presented for anisotropic loading situations, where it is demonstrated that the maximum difference occurs when isotropic microstructures are considered.
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|Published - 2019
|New Trends and Challenges in the Mathematics of Optimal Design - Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Duration: 10 Jun 2019 → 14 Jun 2019
|New Trends and Challenges in the Mathematics of Optimal Design
|Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
|10/06/2019 → 14/06/2019
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Jeroen Peter Groen (Participant)10 Jun 2019 → 14 Jun 2019
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