Designing Engineering Structures using Stochastic Optimization Methods Hardback
Edited by Levent Aydin, H. Secil Artem, Selda Oterkus
Among all aspects of engineering, design is the most important step in developing a new product.
A systematic approach to managing design issues can only be accomplished by applying mathematical optimization methods.
Furthermore, due to the practical issues in engineering problems, there are limitations in using traditional methods.
As such, stochastic optimization methods such as differential evolution, simulated annealing, and genetic algorithms are preferable in finding solutions in design optimization problems.
This book reviews mechanical engineering design optimization using stochastic methods.
It introduces students and design engineers to practical aspects of complicated mathematical optimization procedures, and outlines steps for wide range of selected engineering design problems.
It shows how engineering structures are systematically designed.
Many new engineering design applications based on stochastic optimization techniques in automotive, energy, military, naval, manufacturing process and fluids-heat transfer, are described in the book.
For each design optimization problem described, background is provided for understanding the solutions.
There are very few books on optimization that include engineering applications.
They cover limited applications, and that too of well-known design problems of advanced and niche nature.
Common problems are hardly addressed. Thus, the subject has remained fairly theoretical. To overcome this, each chapter in this book is contributed by at least one academic and one industrial expert researcher.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 230 pages, 86 Tables, black and white; 12 Illustrations, color; 41 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 24/04/2020
- Category: Technical design
- ISBN: 9780367255190