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A fast model for sequential cominatorial optimisation problems in finite element studies: applications in aerospace welding

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Combinatorial optimisation usually involves many iterations, which makes such approaches computationally expensive, especially when dealing with complex finite element models. This paper proposes to use a surrogate model that can bring down the computational expense of sequential combinatorial finite element problems. The idea of using such model is illustrated on a welding example.

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Voutchkov, I.I., Keane, A.J., Bhaskar, A. and Olsen, T.-M., (2003) A fast model for sequential cominatorial optimisation problems in finite element studies: applications in aerospace welding Becker, A.A. (ed.) At Proceedings of the International Conference on Metal Fabrication and Welding Technology (MetFab 2003). 01 Sep 2003.

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Published date: 2003
Additional Information: A.A. Becker (ed.) ISBN 0-85358-120-7
Venue - Dates: Proceedings of the International Conference on Metal Fabrication and Welding Technology (MetFab 2003), 2003-09-01 - 2003-09-01
Keywords: combinatorial optimisation, surrogate models

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Local EPrints ID: 23528
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/23528
PURE UUID: 4e90d0da-c8dc-4740-b23d-f513cf1812cd

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Date deposited: 19 Mar 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:17

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Author: I.I. Voutchkov
Author: A.J. Keane
Author: A. Bhaskar
Author: T.-M. Olsen
Editor: A.A. Becker

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