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MOR4MDesign - Model Order Reduction for efficient Multi-scale, Multi-parameter, Multi-attribute, and Multi-material design

In a material-by-design approach numerical design tools are indispensable to harness the complex interactions of different parameters on different attributes over the range of relevant material scales. However, current multi-scale simulation methods lead to prohibitively large computational loads for practical design and validation applications. The development of model order reduction methods for the acceleration of these simulations is therefore indispensable for the further advancement of material-by-design applications.

This project therefore aims to develop model order reduction techniques for efficient multi-scale simulation of multiple attributes with a dependency on multiple design and manufacturing parameters. Strength, noise-and-vibration and permeability characteristics will be considered for composites, additive manufactured materials and meta-materials.

Date:1 Sep 2018  →  Today
Keywords:meta-materials, multi-scale, reduction, vibration, permeability, composite, simulation, noise
Disciplines:Control systems, robotics and automation, Design theories and methods, Mechatronics and robotics, Computer theory, Manufacturing engineering, Other mechanical and manufacturing engineering, Product development, Ceramic and glass materials, Materials science and engineering, Semiconductor materials, Other materials engineering