Alternative approximation concepts for space frame synthesis

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .

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  • Space frame structures -- Design and construction.,
  • Structural analysis (Engineering)

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StatementRobert V. Lust and Lucien A. Schmit.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- 172526., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-172526.
ContributionsSchmit, Lucien André, 1928-, Langley Research Center.
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FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Alternative approximation concepts for space frame synthesis Article (PDF Available) in AIAA Journal 24(10) November with 17 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Get this from a library. Alternative approximation concepts for space frame synthesis. [Robert V Lust; Lucien André Schmit; Langley Research Center.].

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2, No. 1 Application and implementation of approximate explicit models in optimum structural designCited by: Abstract. A method for space frame synthesis based on the Alternative approximation concepts for space frame synthesis book of a full gamut of approximation concepts is presented.

It is found that with the thoughtful selection Alternative approximation concepts for space frame synthesis book design space, objective function approximation, constraint approximation and mathematical programming problem formulation options it is possible to obtain near minimum mass designs for a significant class of space frame Author: R.

Lust and L. Schmit. Alternative approximation concepts for space frame synthesis. By L. Schmit and R. Lust. The frame-truss synthesis methodology is implemented in the COMPASS computer program and is used to solve a variety of problems.

These problems were chosen so that, in addition to exercising the various approximation concepts options, the results. Abstract. This paper reviews the basic approximation concepts used in structural optimization.

It also discusses some of the most recent developments in that area since the introduction of approximation concepts in the mid-seventies. In this work the approximation concepts approach to system synthesis is used.

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AIAA/ASME/ASCE AHS 26th Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materi- als Conference, pp. Orlando, Florida, April (). Thus the main objective of the present work is to present an efficient approach for structural optimiz- ation where static and frequency constraints are involved.

References 1. Lust, R. and Schmit, L. 'Alternative approximation concepts for space frame synthesis', NASA CR, March 2. Definition A tight frame is a frame whose bounds are equal (i.e.

A = B). A 1-tight frame has bounds A = B = 1. Note that a 1-tight frame is the same as a Parseval frame. Example Here are some examples of frames (and non-frames) for ℓ2(N).

Recall the definition of the standard orthonormal basis {e n}∞ n=1 for this space from. Recognizing the inherent non‐linear characteristics of natural frequency constraints, a second order Taylor series approximation for each eigenvalue of the equations of motion is derived and applied successfully to improve stability and overall efficiency of the automated synthesis.

Therefore, a second‐level approximation is introduced to solve the FA by considering a sequence of second‐level approximate problems SA in the design variable space. This approach is a Two‐Level Approximation Concept. Its application to space frame synthesis shows its good grasp of the mechanical nature of the problem.

Salajegheh, E. and Vanderplaats, G.N., An Efficient Approximation Method for Structural Synthesis With Reference To Space Structures, International Journal of Space Structures 2(3) (/87), – Google Scholar | SAGE Journals. Beyond the engineering benefits of the space frame, the design focused on the minimal use of resources for the maximum size of space, so the space frame was more economical to build than alternatives.

Frame Structures with Lateral Loads: Cantilever Method the entire frame acts similar to cantilever beam sticking out of the ground. For tall and slender building frames under lateral loads, created due to the lateral load around the base of the building.

Axial compression and tension forces develop to counteract the moment. Dual methods and approximation concepts in structural synthesis Approximation concepts and dual method algorithms are combined to create a method for minimum weight design of structural systems.

Approximation concepts convert the basic mathematical programming statement of the structural synthesis problem into a sequence of. Basic Concepts The space frame can be formed either in a flat or a curved surface. The earliest form of space frame structures is a single layer grid.

By adding intermediate grids and including rigid connecting to the joist and girder framing system, the single layer grid is formed. The major characteristic of grid. space frames 1. space frames by (aa) 2. space frames 3. definition a space frame or space structure is a truss-like, lightweight rigid structure constructed from interlocking struts in a geometric pattern.

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The comprehensive index of concepts turns the book into a sort of encyclopaedia for researchers from a number of fields. 'A Geometry of Approximation' links many areas of academic pursuit without losing track of its focal point, Rough Sets. Introduction to Space Systems concentrates on understanding the interaction between all the forces, both technical and non-technical, which influence the definition of a space system.

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Salajegheh, E. 'Approximate discrete variable optimization of frame structures with. As such, analysis breaks down complex ideas into smaller fragmented concepts so as to come up with an improved understanding. Synthesis, on the other hand, resolves a conflict set between an antithesis and a thesis by settling what truths they have in common.

In the end, the synthesis aims to make a new proposal or proposition. We will also discuss the computational complexity of representing an S-approximation space in terms of inflection sets.

Finally, the usefulness of the introduced concepts is illustrated by an example. Keywords: S-approximation Spaces, Three-way Decisions, Partial Monotone, Complement Compatibility, Rough Set Theory, Rough Mereology.

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Its simplest spatial unit is a tetrahedron having four joints and six members. A space frame forms a very strong, thick, flexible structural fabric that can be used horizontally or bent to a variety of shapes. Definitions of key topics & concepts | GPA Calculator; Questions and Answers from Chegg.

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Approximation concepts for efficient structural synthesis / (Washington: U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, ), by Lucien André Schmit, Hirokazu Miura, United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and California.

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Evaluate the frame stability, in terms of the parameter α cr, using the combination of the EHF and wind loads as the horizontal forces on the frame, in conjunction with the vertical loads.

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The general theory is applied to some classical examples: Dirichlet's problem, Stokes' problem, plate problems, elasticity and electromagnetism. Finite Element Analysis to three dimensional space frames is the fundamental of Finite Element Analysis.

Because of the shape of the space frame, the space frame is regarded as a line element in the Finite Element Analysis. Each of the elements will have two nodes which is located at its ends.

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