Publication detail

Beam design optimization model with FEM based constraints

ŠABARTOVÁ, Z. POPELA, P.

Original Title

Beam design optimization model with FEM based constraints

English Title

Beam design optimization model with FEM based constraints

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The purpose of the paper is to present and solve a specific stochastic program involving differential equation based constraints. The uncertain parameters are modeled by an individual scenario and the aforementioned constraints are originally modeled by discretization using a finite element method. Therefore, the derived solvable model is a large scale deterministic program that is solved by the GAMS modeling tool with the CONOPT nonlinear programming solver and results are evaluated and compared.

English abstract

The purpose of the paper is to present and solve a specific stochastic program involving differential equation based constraints. The uncertain parameters are modeled by an individual scenario and the aforementioned constraints are originally modeled by discretization using a finite element method. Therefore, the derived solvable model is a large scale deterministic program that is solved by the GAMS modeling tool with the CONOPT nonlinear programming solver and results are evaluated and compared.

Keywords

Beam design; Differential equation based constraints; Finite element method; Mathematical programming

RIV year

2012

Released

27.06.2012

ISBN

978-80-214-4540-6

Book

18th International Conference on Soft Computing, MENDEL 2012

Edition

2012

Edition number

1

Pages from

422

Pages to

427

Pages count

6

BibTex


@article{BUT124191,
  author="Zuzana {Šabartová} and Pavel {Popela}",
  title="Beam design optimization model with FEM based constraints",
  annote="The purpose of the paper is to present and solve a specific stochastic program involving differential equation based constraints. The uncertain parameters are modeled by an individual scenario and the aforementioned constraints are originally modeled by discretization using a finite element method. Therefore, the derived solvable model is a large scale deterministic program that is solved by the GAMS modeling tool with the CONOPT nonlinear programming solver and results are evaluated and compared.
",
  booktitle="18th International Conference on Soft Computing, MENDEL 2012",
  chapter="124191",
  edition="2012",
  howpublished="print",
  number="1",
  volume="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="june",
  pages="422--427",
  type="journal article - other"
}