Multi-Objective Optimization of Composites using ACP & Mechanical

In this tutorial, the step by step procedure of multi-objective optimization of composites by ANSYS composite PrepPost (ACP) and the mechanical module is described.

Finding the best method for arranging the thickness and angle of composite layers is always very challenging and can be time-consuming. With the help of ANSYS composite PrepPost, optimization methods, and an ANSYS specialist, this procedure can be done much easier and faster than experimental methods.

In this tutorial we are going to learn about defining parameters and sensors for the optimization process, coupling ANSYS Composite PrepPost with Mechanical, and defining Failure Criteria, and reviewing the results. A cylindrical geometry will be considered with outside uniform pressure for multi-objective optimization of composites study. This cylindrical shell can be a simplified model of a sub-marine shell.

I you find this tutorial interesting, you can also take a look at our amazing tutorial about Design of composite T-joints in Ansys Composite PrepPost (ACP).

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This Video is:

● Authored and Recorded by Ali Mokhtari

● Edited and reviewed by Mehdi Moradi

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