Multi-Fidelity Multidisciplinary Whole Engine Thermo-Mechanical Design Optimization

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    • David J.J. Toal
    • Andy J. Keane
    • Diego Benito
    • Jeffery A. Dixon
    • Jingbin Yang
    • Matthew Price
    • Trevor Robinson
    • Alain Remouchamps
    • Norbert Kill

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    Traditionally, the optimization of a turbomachinery engine casing for tip clearance has involved either twodimensional transient thermomechanical simulations or three-dimensional mechanical simulations. This paper illustrates that three-dimensional transient whole-engine thermomechanical simulations can be used within tip clearance optimizations and that the efficiency of such optimizations can be improved when a multifidelity surrogate modeling approach is employed. These simulations are employed in conjunction with a rotor suboptimization using surrogate models of rotor-dynamics performance, stress, mass and transient displacements, and an engine parameterization.

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    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages13
    Pages (from-to)1654-1666
    JournalJournal of Propulsion and Power
    Journal publication dateNov 2014
    Issue number6
    Volume30
    Early online date12 Sep 2014
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Nov 2014

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