Potential Formulation for Aeroelastic Constraint Analysis in a Conceptual Design Environment
De Baets, Peter Wilfried Gaston
Mavris, Dimitri N.
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The paper defines an innovative, novel design methodology that results in a product that effectively satisfies the designer's needs and requirements. Use is made of the response surface methodology after consideration of other meta-modeling techniques. Drawbacks of the response surface methodology are mitigated by incorporating sensitivity information in the response surface creation. The definition, application, and eventual implementation of this emerging design tool for new product design is described. The new methodology envisioned will make use of the bi-level integrated system synthesis decomposition for distributed computing. The overall goal is to accomplish cheaper, faster, better designs for structural systems and components. This research leads to the discussion of the use of design tools for structural optimization, including the dynamic aeroelastic constraints.
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