Tosca Structure is the market leading technology for structural optimization based on the industry standard finite element analysis (FEA) package Abaqus, to create innovative and sustainable designs. From early conceptual design through to detailed design improvements Tosca Structure offers the full range of optimization solutions:
- Tosca Structure.topology
- Tosca Structure.sizing
- Tosca Structure.shape
- Tosca Structure.bead
- Optimization module in Abaqus/CAE
- Tosca Structure.gui
- Economic use of existing IT investments
- Faster turnaround from analysis to design or manufacturing
- Less prototypes or right the first time
- Accelerated product development for a shorter time-to-market
- More durable and lightweight designs
- Optimized products drive innovations in your market
- Seamless integration with leading FEA & durability solvers
- Direct use of existing knowledge and models
- Full design flexibility without time-consuming parameterization
- Fast and easy creation of design variants avoiding intermediate CAD modifications using shape morphing capabilities
- High fidelity optimization for nonlinear analysis and durability
- Tosca topology optimization optimization to meet static, dynamic, and thermo-mechanical requirements
- Handling of complex manufacturing conditions
- Automatic validation analysis runs and direct data transfer to CAD systems with selected graphical user interfaces
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Lesson content:
Topology Optimization
Postprocessing
Example: Topology Optimization of a Control Arm
Theory of Topology Autodesk Fabrication Crack
Controller-based Optimization
Sensitivity-based Optimization
Design Responses
Settings and Options
Optimization Control
Lesson 2: Topology Optimization: Overview and Special Features
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TOSCA ANSYS Optimization of machine tools .Topology Optimization of Machine Tools to improve the
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Topology Optimization of Machine Tools to improve the
Stability in high performing Metal Cutting Processes
Gebr. HELLER Maschinenfabrik GmbHDr. Gerhard Kehl, Harald Altstdter
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Manufacturing Systems for Automotive Industry
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MCH 250 G
MCH 350 GE
MCH 250 C
MCH 250 HSM
Simulation Disciplines at Machine Tools
Static Dynamic
Thermal
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Mechanical Structures in complex Systems
Designspace
Non-Desigarea
2 Volumes
3 Couplings
17 Volumes
12 elastic Couplings
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Modeling of the mechanical Structure for Optimization
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Non-Design Area Designspace Simulation Model
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Optimization Strategies
Combined Topology Optimizationstatic loads + eigenfrequencies
specific frequency constraints
f1= 60 Hz > f
1*
f2= 90 Hz > f
2*
f3= 120 Hz > f
3*
Static Topology Optimization with weighted load cases (up to now max. 44)
moving loads (weight)
acceleration loads (quasi-static)
process loads
Frequenz
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Initial model for head (Realistic boundary conditions)
Loadcase 1(x-direction)
Flexible beam elements for
boundary conditions
Beam elements
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to rigid mass
Loadcase 2 (y-direction)
Beam elements
attached
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Static optimization
Minimize: Maximize of { abs(ux), abs(uy)}
Mass < Mass* = 35%
Important: the static optimization
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have to be considered in the optimization.
The rigid mass is no
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Number Eigenfrequency
1 ~0
2 ~0
3 ~0
4 2.4
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6 3.5
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Frequency optimization
Maximize the eigenfrequencies from f1 to f6
Mass < Mass* = 35%
Mass constraint is not active
Important: Model the correct physical
boundary conditions. The optimization
should include static and frequency results.
Number Eigenfrequency
1 83
2 105
3 112
Shaft hardly tosca topology optimization to structure.
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Combined static and frequency optimization
Purpose: To improve the static stiffness for both loadcases including constraints
on the eigenfrequencies.
Objective: Minimize: Maximize of { abs(ux), abs(uy)}
Constraints: Mass < Mass* = 35%
f1> f
1* = 60 Hz f
1> f
1* = 75 Hz
f2> f
2* = 90 Hz f
2> f
2* = 100 Hz
f3> f
3* = 120 Hz f
3> f
3* = 125 Hz
f4> f
4* = 150 Hz f
4> f
4* = 150 Hz
f5> f
5* = 180 Hz f
5> f
5* = 175 Hz
f6> f
6* = 210 Hz f
6> f
6* = 200 Hz
Example 1
Example 2
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Combined static and frequency optimization: Topology
Example 1:
Number Initial example 1
1 48 60
2 60 90
3 94 137
4 137 181
5 260 256
6 265 345
Example 2:
Number Initial example 2
1 48 75
2 60 101
3 94 145
4 137 191
5 260 268
6 265 377
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Examples for Topology optimized Machine Components
Tool Changer Arm Rod and Plain Eye hydr. Rundtisch Brake
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Examples for Topology optimized Machine Components
Machine Stand
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Examples for Topology optimized Machine Components
Machine Stand
Milling and Boring Carriage
Tosca Topo
ANSA v.13.x
Optimization with ANSA
Tutorial
OPTIMIZATION WITH TOSCATOPO OPTIMIZATIONTable of Contents1. Introduction.2 1.1. Prerequisites .2 1.2. What is the Topology optimization .2 1.3. The Model.3 1.4. Optimization Task .4 1.5. Data files.4 2. Recipe .5 3. Preprocessing.6 4. Start Optimization .13 5. Postprocessing - Viewing the intermediate results using TOSCA.post.13 6. Result Transfer and Validation Run.14 6.1. Generating the surface using TOSCA.smooth .14 6.2. Modifying the surface using RECONSTRUCT .15 6.3. Remeshing the model .15 6.4. Saving the resulting model in solver format .16 6.5. Running the solver with the new model .16 7. Result Discussion .17
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1. IntroductionThis tutorial presents the set up of a simple Topo optimization task tosca topology optimization TOSCA Structure Optimizer and the TOSCA Environment of ANSA. 1.1. Prerequisites - The user should be familiar with the basic functionality of ANSA and TOSCA Structure. - In this tutorial the NASTRAN solver is used and the model has been prepared to run to this solver. If another solver has to be used, the user must update the model properly.
1.2. What is the Topology optimization At the beginning of the conventional design process the design engineer defines the shape and the topology of new components using the experience and the results gained from the forerunner. This results in an evolution process which might lead to an optimum design after some iterations and a long period of time. Nowadays, it is necessary to shorten the development process of new components. Therefore tools are necessary that replace the natural evolution process by an automatic procedure. With TOSCA Structure it is possible to carry out topology and shape optimization in the CAE environment. Topology optimization is a tool to generate a design proposal and is often used within the concept finding for a new component. Starting with the design area which is the maximum allowed area for the component and with the boundary conditions, such as loads, fixtures and manufacturing conditions, the optimization system will determine a new material distribution by removing material from the design area. This design proposal fulfills all mechanical requirements and represents a weight-optimal design proposal. For the optimization the following constraints and objectives can be realized: stiffness (compliance and displacements) eigenfrequencies internal and reaction forces dynamic compliance dynamic displacements, velocities and accelerations weight, volume center of gravity moment of inertia
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In addition, a number of manufacturing constraints can be applied so that the design proposal can be produced with casting or stamping. For this casting constraints, member size constraints, freezing, symmetry and coupling constraints can be defined. As result the optimization system creates a design proposal with the information where the material has to be positioned. This design proposal has to be interpreted and be used for the more detailed analysis. For supporting this step, the TOSCA Structure system supports the generation of a verification model within ANSA. This means a new model based on the results of the topology optimization can be created easily without the necessity of applying the loads and boundary conditions to the verification model. All loadcases and boundary conditions of the optimization model are transferred automatically to the verification model. With tosca topology optimization results of the verification run it is possible to perform a normal FE postprocessing step within the postprocessing environement suitable for the relative solver. Alternatevely, a CAD model can be generated which then can be transferred back to the CAD system. 1.3. The Model The model for the topology optimization was modified in such a way that the inner areas of the component are filled with elements to create a design area. In that area, the optimization system can remove or rearrange elements for getting a better solution with lower weight and the same mechanical behavior. The start model for the optimization represents a design of a control arm for a car. The component has to be manufactured by forging and consists of aluminum.
The red areas of the component are not free for the optimization because they are used for the fixtures and for the load application. One red area is used for the mounting of a sensor for the headlight range adjustment. The fixture is realized with spring elements on the right upper red area. The springs represent a rubber bearing. The left bearing is fixed in all three translation degrees of freedom. As loading, a force is applied in the center of the lower bearing. Due to symmetry reasons only one half of the model is meshed so the symmetry plane is fixed in z-direction for ensuring the symmetry condition.
Optimization model representing the design area of the model.
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Optimization with ANSA
The optimization task is to find a structure with the maximum stiffness for the component with a volume or weight restriction. This represents the most common standard optimization task for the topology optimization. The value to be optimized is the compliance which is the reciprocal value of the stiffness. The compliance is represented as the sum of the strain energy of the complete model. This value has to be minimized. The constraint is the weight or volume constraint which is defined to be 57% of the initial volume/ weight of the structure. As manufacturing constraint a casting/forging constraint has to be defined. The idea of the constraint is to ensure that the created structure of the topology optimization has no undercuts and can be demolded (or removed from the forging die). 1.5. Data tosca topology optimization The files of this tutorial are located in the directory /ANSA-installationdirectory/docs/tutorials/MORPH_OPTIMIZATION/tosca_topo/tutorial_files The file is: Control_arm_tosca_env.bdf initial FE-model in NASTRAN format Note: in case another solver is needed to tosca topology optimization used,the appropriate input files are also located tosca topology optimization the same path.
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2. RecipeIf you have never worked with ANSA-TOSCA Environment before, skip this summary and go directly to the detailed description. If you do have some experience with ANSA-TOSCA Environment you can try to generate your parameter file just using the recipe summary. Recipe summary Preprocessing 1. Load the ANSA-TOSCA Environment Task in Task manager: Tasks> TOSCA Structure Task> TOPO_CONTROLLER. 2. Input file: PRE_PROCESSING> MODEL_LINK(NASTRAN)> New> FILE PRE_PROCESSING> MODEL_LINK>FILE> Update 3. Design area: PRE_PROCESSING> TOPOLOGY_OPTIMIZATION_CONTROLLER> DESIGN_AREA> Edit 4. Design constraints: PRE_PROCESSING> TOPOLOGY_OPTIMIZATION_CONTROLLER> DESIGN_AREA> DV_CONSTRAINTS 5. Objective function: PRE_PROCESSING> TOPOLOGY_OPTIMIZATION_CONTROLLER> OBJECTIVE_FUNCTION 6. Constraints: PRE_PROCESSING> TOPOLOGY_OPTIMIZATION_CONTROLLER> CONSTRAINTS 7. Saving TOSCA Structure Anytrans 6.3.5 Crack + Keygen Full Version Free Download file: PRE_PROCESSING> TOPOLOGY_OPTIMIZATION_ CONTROLLER> Output Start Optimization 8. Running TOSCA Structure: START_OPTIMIZATION> RUN Postprocessing 9. Viewing the intermediate results: POST-PROCESSING> GENERATE_POST_FILE Result Transfer and Validation Run 10. Smooth surface: SMOOTH> SMOOTH_INSTANCE> RUN_SMOOTH 11. Modified surface: SMOOTH> SMOOTH_INSTANCE> VALIDATE> BATCH_RECONSTRUCT 12. Remeshing: SMOOTH> SMOOTH_INSTANCE> VALIDATE> SOLID_MESH 13. Saving the result: SMOOTH> SMOOTH_INSTANCE> VALIDATE> VALIDATION_OUTPUT 14. Running the solver: SMOOTH> SMOOTH_INSTANCE> VALIDATE> VALIDATION_RUN Please note that TOSCA Structure 7.0 is required in order to complete the optimization task. With previous
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Lesson content:
Structural Optimization including Nonlinearities
Nonlinear Constitutive Material Laws
Plastic Strain Minimization in Pure Mechanical Applications
Plastic Strain Minimization in Thermo-mechanical Applications
Shape Optimization of Contact Areas
Chassis Arm: Geometric Nonlinearities
Workshop 2
1.5 hours
Lesson 6: Shape Optimization for Structures with Nonlinearities
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