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Homogenisation for topology optimisation of periodic materials

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Computing the optimal geometry is centric in the design of cellular materials. A common objective, that is, optimising the effective moduli requires homogenisation which is computationally expensive alone and more so when the optimal geometry is sought iteratively during optimisation. This talk will explore the feasibility of fast and memory-saving iterative homogenisation using the fast Fourier transform to accelerate topology optimisation of periodic cellular materials. We will discuss the performance of the iterative homogenisation in the classical topology optimisation setting.

This talk is part of the Engineering Department Structures Research Seminars series.

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