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Examination of Shape Optimization for the Nonlinear Buckling Phenomenon of Suspension Parts
サスペンション部品の非線形座屈現象に関する形状最適化の検討
新谷, 浩平
55530
長谷, 高明
55531
伊藤, 聡
55532
畔上, 秀幸
55533
SHINTANI, Kouhei
55534
NAGATANI, Takaaki
55535
ITO, Satoshi
55536
AZEGAMI, Hideyuki
55537
Optimum Design
Finite Element Method(FEM)
Nonlinear buckling
Weight Reduction
Traction Method
Geometrical Non-linearity
Material Non-linearity
This paper presents a numerical solution to a non-parametric shape optimization problem for design of suspension arm which strength is given by reaction force to plastic buckling loaded by compulsory displacement. In the buckling phenomena, the geometrical non-linearity and material non-linearity are taken into account. Assuming monotonous loading, hyper-elastic theory is applied to the deformation of suspension arm. Mass and the reaction force integral to the buckling phenomena are chosen as an objective function and a constraint functions. The shape derivatives of these functions are evaluated by the shape optimization theory. Using the shape gradients, a numerical scheme based on a sequential quadratic approximation problem is employed for reshaping. In this scheme, the traction method is used to find the decent directions of the cost functions. The scheme is implemented by using a commercial shape optimization program in which the shape gradients are computed by a user program developed in this study using the result of non-linear FEM analysis by a commercial program. The numerical example for a suspension arm model shows the weight reduction of 12% while keeping the reaction force integral constant.
journal article
一般社団法人日本機械学会
2010-12
application/pdf
日本機械学会第9回最適化シンポジウム講演論文集
10-67
http://hdl.handle.net/2237/21123
https://nagoya.repo.nii.ac.jp/record/19035/files/11_2010_Shintani.pdf
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