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ROBust Optimisation in Design for Additive Manufacturing

ROBust Optimisation in Design for Additive Manufacturing

The project aims at further develop and validate a fully integrated design optimization process for additive manufactured components taking into account both product requirements and manufacturing process requirements and limitations especially for products using surface based networks as a design element. The project will also build knowledge on properties of networks, e.g. stiffness, strength, and how to integrate these into topology optimized structures. Further, the project will also build knowledge on the function of networks as support structure during the build. This to minimize the need for post build processing.
Vinnovas dnr: 2019-00779

 

 

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Additive Manufacturing, Construction, Surface based networks, Topology optimisation

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