|Title:||Existence and approximation results for shape optimization problems in rotordynamics|
|Abstract:||We consider a shape optimization problem in rotordynamics where the mass of a rotor is minimized subject to constraints on the natural frequencies. Our analysis is based on a class of rotors described by a Rayleigh beam model including effects of rotary inertia and gyroscopic moments. The solution of the equation of motion leads to a generalized eigenvalue problem. The governing operators are non-symmetric due to the gyroscopic terms. We prove the existence of solutions for the optimization problem by using the theory of compact operators. For the numerical treatment of the problem a finite element discretization based on a variational formulation is considered. Applying results on spectral approximation of linear operators we prove that the solution of the discretized optimization problem converges towards the solution of the continuous problem if the discretization parameter tends to zero. Finally, a priori estimates for the convergence order of the eigenvalues are presented and illustrated by a numerical example.|
|Rights:||© Springer-Verlag 2008|
|Citation:||Heuveline, V., Strauss, F., Schweizer, B.: Existence and approximation results for shape optimization problems in rotordynamics. In: Numer. Math. 109 (2008), 311-332. DOI: 10.1007/s00211-008-0138-x|
|Appears in Collections:||Schweizer, Ben Prof. Dr.|
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