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Review of options for structural design sensitivity analysis. Part 1: Linear systems

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Author(s)
F. van Keulen , R. T. Haftka , N. H. Kim

Published in
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering

Year
2005

Abstract
The paper reviews options for structural design sensitivity analysis, including global finite differences, continuum derivatives, discrete derivatives, and computational or automated differentiation. The objective is to put these different approaches to design sensitivity analysis in the context of accuracy and consistency, computational cost, and implementation options and effort. Linear static analysis and transient dynamic analysis are reviewed. In a separate appendix, special attention is paid to the semi-analytical method. A future paper will address design sensitivity analysis in nonlinear structural problems.

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BibTeX
@ARTICLE{
         Keulen2005Roo,
       title = "Review of options for structural design sensitivity analysis. {P}art 1: {L}inear
         systems",
       journal = "Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering",
       volume = "194",
       number = "30--33",
       pages = "3213--3243",
       year = "2005",
       note = "Structural and Design Optimization",
       issn = "0045-7825",
       doi = "DOI: 10.1016/j.cma.2005.02.002",
       url =
         "http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6V29-4FY3NYX-1/2/f226c9be188845b2ca940a995c845aad",
       author = "F. van Keulen and R.T. Haftka and N.H. Kim",
       keywords = "Review",
       abstract = "The paper reviews options for structural design sensitivity analysis, including
         global finite differences, continuum derivatives, discrete derivatives, and computational or
         automated differentiation. The objective is to put these different approaches to design sensitivity
         analysis in the context of accuracy and consistency, computational cost, and implementation options
         and effort. Linear static analysis and transient dynamic analysis are reviewed. In a separate
         appendix, special attention is paid to the semi-analytical method. A future paper will address
         design sensitivity analysis in nonlinear structural problems.",
       ad_theotech = "Introduction"
}


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