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|Title:||Meta-heuristic optimization of buckling and fundamental frequency of laminated cylindrical panel under graded temperature fields|
|Citation:||Polymers and Polymer Composites Vol. , , p. -|
|Abstract:||This research deals with the optimization of buckling and fundamental frequency of a cylindrical panel under various heating conditions, which varies across the surface of the panel. A multi-objective design indicator (MODI) is derived with fiber orientations as a design variable. Finite element analysis is used to calculate temperature variation according to the nature of heating, buckling temperature, and fundamental frequency. In this study, scientific computing software is used to incorporate the finite element method with artificial neural network and particle swarm optimization technique. Five different heating cases, including uniform temperature cases, are considered. It is observed from the analysis that the in-plane temperature field of non-uniform type has a significant influence on the buckling and vibration characteristics of the panel. Further, it is observed that panel with lamination scheme of (Formula presented.) gives the higher value of MODI max compared to other lamination schemes considered. © The Author(s) 2020.|
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