Category:Optimization Analysis

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In today's engineering practice, structural optimization is almost an indispensable step of the design cycle for any product or component. By means of optimization, engineers can reach significant reductions in terms of the manufacturing and operating costs, as well as the improvement in the performance. Consequently, the field of optimization has been very active in terms of research and innovation, where new methods and advanced algorithms are constantly being developed and introduced.

In this regard, the optimization toolbox of Cossan-X meets the high standards and provides a set of widely used gradient-based and gradient-free algorithms both for small and large-scale analysis, which can be adopted to solve real-life problems involving continuous or discrete design variables, multiple constraints and objective functions. The toolbox also provides the necessary guidance and assistance to its users for the selection of the most appropriate methods and input parameters for a given problem.


  • Examples of the various uses can be viewed in the tutorial section of the Cossan Wiki pages. These can be accessed through the below link:

[http://cossan.co.uk/wiki/index.php/Category:Tutorials]


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Pages in category "Optimization Analysis"

The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.