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PERMAS workshop Topology Optimization (TOPO)

Introduction to topology optimization in PERMAS

Introduction to topology optimization. Topology optimization will be considered as a method to support the phase of concept-development. All necessary definitions will be explained using examples and will be visualized. Especially boundary condition will be taken into account e.g. release direction, symmetry of the component and wall thickness.
The main focus in the training is on the exercises and the execution with VisPER. It will be shown how to use the Wizard to make all the definition completely, efficient and without errors. The postprocessing and export of the optimization results will be also done.

Topology optimization, introduction, UCI, VisPER, data input, examples, postprocessing, generation of the hull, exercises.
Basic knowledge in data input and UCI.