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In this interesting thesis study (link) James R. Elgersma explores the Morphing Micro Air Vehicle wing optimization for various morphed shapes and loads. Also actual Matlab code is presented at the end of the text. Interesting structures resembling insect wings … Continue reading
This Unmanned Helicopter optimization by CompoLight is a very nice example of how topology optimization can be applied. There is not much detail about the work, but this picture alone is satisfying.
These documents (link 1 , link 2) by Lotus which is a continuation of a study we previously featured. There are remarkable weight savings but these are mostly due to usage of light wieght materials. How the topology optimization results … Continue reading
The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Additive Manufacturing, is focusing on multifunctional Additive Manufacturing and in one project how it can efficiently used together with topology optimization (link).
In a research project by Virginia Tech (link) custom helmets for individual users is being developed with the help of topology optimization.
We are reviewing lots of articles and other materials, however someone new to the area may not see in which industries can benefit from topology optimization. So we decided to write a short article on this. So if you are … Continue reading
Here is our free for all 2D manufacturing game/simulation Manufsim link. (Requires Unity 3D webplayer, which is a nice and popular 3D tool) Please share the link with the people that may benefit from this software, such as students. Please … Continue reading
This presentation (link) by Prof. Dr. Fabian Duddeck crashworthiness and various methods being used and being developed for the optimization of crashworthiness.
In this rather long text (seems to be a thesis) by Emil Norberg and Sebastian Lövgren of Liköpings University (link), a vehicles front structure is being optimized. We could not read it so far, however a quick skimming reveals that … Continue reading