Elements of an Emerging Virtual Stochastic life Cycle Design Environment

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Title: Elements of an Emerging Virtual Stochastic life Cycle Design Environment
Author: Mavris, Dimitri N. ; DeLaurentis, Daniel A. ; Hale, Mark A. ; Tai, Jimmy C. M.
Abstract: The challenge of designing next-generation systems that meet goals for system effectiveness, environmental compatibility, and cost has grown to the point that traditional design methodologies are becoming ineffective. Increases in the analysis complexity required, the number of objectives and constraints to be evaluated, and the multitude of uncertainties in today? design problems are primary drivers of this situation. A new environment for design has been formulated to treat this situation. It is viewed as a testbed, in which new techniques in such areas as design-oriented/physics-based analysis, uncertainty modeling, technology forecasting, system synthesis, and decision-making can be posed as hypotheses. Several recent advances in elements of this multidisciplinary environment, termed the Virtual Stochastic Life Cycle Design Environment, are summarized in this paper.
Description: Presented at the 4th World Aviation Congress and Exposition, San Francisco, CA, October 19-21, 1999.
Type: Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/6319
Date: 1999-10
Relation: ASDL; AIAA-99-01-5638
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Life cycle design
Aircraft design
Physics based analysis tools
Modeling of uncertainty
Technology impact forecasting
Integrated sizing and synthesis environment
Multi-disciplinary optimization/analysis
Stochastic approaches

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