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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Frontiers of Materials Award Symposium: Leveraging Materials in Topology Optimization
Presentation Title Multiscale/Level Design of Materials and Structures
Author(s) H Alicia Kim
On-Site Speaker (Planned) H Alicia Kim
Abstract Scope Our M2DO Lab is developing level set topology optimization methods for multiscale and multiphysics problems leading to optimum multifunctional structures. This presentation will focus on the simultaneous optimization of material and structure that divides a macroscale design domain into subregions that have periodic interconnected microstructures. In this multiscale topology optimization approach, the quantitative benefit of multiscale architecture can be established for coupled multiphysics design problems.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided


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Level Set Topology Optimization with the Reproducing Kernel Particle Method
Leveraging Materials in Topology Optimization
Materials, Design and Emerging Objects
Multiscale Design Optimization for Integrated Structural-material Systems
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Nonlinear Composite Materials Design through Multi-material Topology Optimization Frameworks
Part-Scale Support Structure Optimization for Minimizing Residual Stress for Laser Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing
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Topology Optimization Design of Negative Stiffness and Stretchable Metamaterial via Bezier-based Explicit Density Representation Algorithm
Topology Optimization for Additive Manufacturing
Topology Optimization for Architected Materials
Topology Optimization of Load Carrying Heat Exchangers and Battery Packs
Topology Optimization of the Fast Heat Responsive Structures via a Level-set Method

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