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Reference number 4379   (Listed in Apr. 21, 2010) (Categories Mechanics / Aeronautics and Cosmology)
Multidisciplinary Optimization-Based Optimum Design
Contents In the laboratory, they have been studying on multidisciplinary design optimization for aerospace-related airframe design, flight trajectory, and control law. The following figure shows the concept and an example of optimum design.
The multidisciplinary design optimization is a numerical solution that uses a simulation technique to obtain an optimum solution through simultaneous computations for airframe design, control law, and flight trajectory. So far, they have applied this approach to designing aircrafts and space planes at a conceptual examination level to show many successful results.
Without limiting to aerospace applications, we hope to work with your company if you are interested in numerical solution-based optimum design.
For more information, access to http://www.flight.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/index.html.
TSUCHIYA,Takeshi, Professor
Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
SUZUKI, Shinji, Professor
Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics


Example of Optimum Design
(C) TSUCHIYA,Takeshi
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