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Optimization Design for the Pressure Shell of Autonomous Underwater Glider Based on GDO Method

Autonomous Underwater Glider (AUG) is a kind of unmanned underwater robot. Weight reduction is an effective measure to extend the duration performance and increase the carrying capacity of the AUG. In this paper, on the basis of the application of ANSYS-workbench, optimization for the structure and... Full description

Journal Title: Applied Mechanics and Materials 2013, Vol.312, pp.80-84
Main Author: Liu, Jin
Other Authors: Wang, Yan Hui , Liu, Yu Hong , Liu, Fang
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ID: ISSN: 1660-9336 ; E-ISSN: 1662-7482 ; DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.312.80
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title: Optimization Design for the Pressure Shell of Autonomous Underwater Glider Based on GDO Method
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  • Liu, Jin
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  • Liu, Yu Hong
  • Liu, Fang
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  • Autonomous Underwater Glider
  • Goal-Driven Optimization (Gdo) Method
  • Optimization Design
  • Pressure Hull
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description: Autonomous Underwater Glider (AUG) is a kind of unmanned underwater robot. Weight reduction is an effective measure to extend the duration performance and increase the carrying capacity of the AUG. In this paper, on the basis of the application of ANSYS-workbench, optimization for the structure and mass of the pressure hull of the AUG was conducted through the goal-driven optimization (GDO) method. After optimization, the total mass was reduced from 12.74 kg to 11.06 kg. The present work plays a key role for improving duration performance of AUG.
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abstractAutonomous Underwater Glider (AUG) is a kind of unmanned underwater robot. Weight reduction is an effective measure to extend the duration performance and increase the carrying capacity of the AUG. In this paper, on the basis of the application of ANSYS-workbench, optimization for the structure and mass of the pressure hull of the AUG was conducted through the goal-driven optimization (GDO) method. After optimization, the total mass was reduced from 12.74 kg to 11.06 kg. The present work plays a key role for improving duration performance of AUG.
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