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**Book Description **Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: Springer, Berlin | Shape Sensitivity Analysis | This book is motivated largely by a desire to solve shape optimization prob lems that arise in applications, particularly in structural mechanics and in the optimal control of distributed parameter systems. Many such problems can be formulated as the minimization of functionals defined over a class of admissible domains. Shape optimization is quite indispensable in the design and construction of industrial structures. For example, aircraft and spacecraft have to satisfy, at the same time, very strict criteria on mechanical performance while weighing as little as possible. The shape optimization problem for such a structure consists in finding a geometry of the structure which minimizes a given functional (e. g. such as the weight of the structure) and yet simultaneously satisfies specific constraints (like thickness, strain energy, or displacement bounds). The geometry of the structure can be considered as a given domain in the three-dimensional Euclidean space. The domain is an open, bounded set whose topology is given, e. g. it may be simply or doubly connected. The boundary is smooth or piecewise smooth, so boundary value problems that are defined in the domain and associated with the classical partial differential equations of mathematical physics are well posed. In general the cost functional takes the form of an integral over the domain or its boundary where the integrand depends smoothly on the solution of a boundary value problem. | 1 Introduction to shape optimization.- 1.1. Preface.- 2 Preliminaries and the material derivative method.- 2.1. Domains in ?N of class Ck.- Surface measures on ?.- 2.3. Functional spaces.- 2.4. Linear elliptic boundary value problems.- 2.5. Shape functionals.- 2.6. Shape functionals for problems governed by linear elliptic boundary value problems.- 2.6.1. Shape functionals for transmission problems.- 2.6.2. Approximation of homogenuous Dirichlet problems.- 2.7. Convergence of domains.- 2.8. Transformations Tt of domains.- 2.9. The speed method.- 2.10. Admissible speed vector fields Vk(D).- 2.11. Eulerian derivatives of shape functionals.- 2.12. Non-differentiable shape functionals.- 2.13. Properties of Tt transformations.- 2.14. Differentiability of transported functions.- 2.15. Derivatives for t 0.- 2.16. Derivatives of domain integrals.- 2.17. Change of variables in boundary integrals.- 2.18. Derivatives of boundary integrals.- 2.19. The tangential divergence of the field V on ?.- 2.20. Tangential gradients and Laplace-Beltrami operators on ?.- 2.21. Variational problems on ?.- 2.22. The transport of differential operators.- 2.23. Integration by parts on ?.- 2.24. The transport of Laplace-Beltrami operators.- 2.25. Material derivatives.- 2.26. Material derivatives on ?.- 2.27. The material derivative of a solution to the Laplace equation with Dirichlet boundary conditions.- 2.28. Strong material derivatives for Dirichlet problems.- 2.29. The material derivative of a solution to the Laplace equation with Neumann boundary conditions.- 2.30. Shape derivatives.- 2.31. Derivatives of domain integrals (II).- 2.32. Shape derivatives on ?.- 2.33. Derivatives of boundary integrals.- 3 Shape derivatives for linear problems.- 3.1. The shape derivative for the Dirichlet boundary value problem.- 3.2. The shape derivative for the Neumann boundary value problem.- 3.3. Necessary optimality conditions.- 3.4. Parabolic equations.- 3.4.1 Neumann boundary conditions.- 3.4.2 Dirichlet boundary conditions.- 3.5. Shape sensitivity in elasticity.- 3.6. Shape sensitivity analysis of the smallest eigenvalue.- 3.7. Shape sensitivity analysis of the Kirchhoff plate.- 3.8. Shape derivatives of boundary integrals: the non-smooth case in ?2.- 3.9. Shape sensitivity analysis of boundary value problems with singularities.- 3.10. Hyperbolic initial boundary value problems.- 4 Shape sensitivity analysis of variational inequalities.- 4.1. Differential stabili. Seller Inventory # K9783642634710

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