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Topology Optimization for Vibration Suppression

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  • 振動抑制を目的としたトポロジー最適化

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<p>This study deals with the ideal topological design of vibrating structures. For static structures, well-known compliance minimization is defined as the inner product of the external force and static displacement. However, for dynamic structures with time-varying forces and displacements, defining a measure for dynamic stiffness are required. Therefore, various objective functions have been proposed to suppress the response of vibrating structures. In this study, these various objective functions are compared from the viewpoint of vibration suppression. The examples of numerical calculation when adopting mean strain energy and mean squared dynamic compliance as objective functions are presented.</p>

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