The authors propose an innovative technique for dealing with optimal shape design problems that exploits the flexibility of the virtual element method in generating meshes composed of general polygonal and polyhedral elements. Virtual element method and finite element method can coexist on the same discretized domain; therefore, the possibility of dealing with hanging nodes and gluing sub-domain meshes is ensured. Accordingly, the shape synthesis of a magnetic pole is considered as the case study. It is shown that the proposed technique is effective in handling the shape variations dictated by an algorithm of evolutionary optimisation.

Dassi, F., Di Barba, P., Russo, A. (2022). A free-cutting mesh strategy for optimal shape synthesis in magnetics. IET SCIENCE, MEASUREMENT & TECHNOLOGY, 16(6), 337-352 [10.1049/smt2.12108].

A free-cutting mesh strategy for optimal shape synthesis in magnetics

Dassi, F
;
Russo, A
2022

Abstract

The authors propose an innovative technique for dealing with optimal shape design problems that exploits the flexibility of the virtual element method in generating meshes composed of general polygonal and polyhedral elements. Virtual element method and finite element method can coexist on the same discretized domain; therefore, the possibility of dealing with hanging nodes and gluing sub-domain meshes is ensured. Accordingly, the shape synthesis of a magnetic pole is considered as the case study. It is shown that the proposed technique is effective in handling the shape variations dictated by an algorithm of evolutionary optimisation.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
Finite Elements, Magnetostatics, Shape Optimisation
English
10-giu-2022
2022
16
6
337
352
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Dassi, F., Di Barba, P., Russo, A. (2022). A free-cutting mesh strategy for optimal shape synthesis in magnetics. IET SCIENCE, MEASUREMENT & TECHNOLOGY, 16(6), 337-352 [10.1049/smt2.12108].
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