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|Title:||Inverse analysis procedures for elastoplastic parameter identification using combined optimisation strategies|
Martins, J. M. P.
|Keywords:||Calibration of constitutive models|
Finite element model updating
Virtual fields method
Gradient-based optimisation algorithm
Metaheuristic optimisation algorithm
|Abstract:||Ensuring accurate and efficient models for the representation of the elastoplastic behaviour of sheet metals is one of the main issues in manufacturing simulation processes. Nowadays, there are a few solid numerical methodologies for predicting the material parameters from full-field strain measurements using digital image correlation (DIC) techniques. External methods, such as the Finite Element Model Updating (FEMU), search for the parameter set that minimises the gap between the experimental and numerical observations. In these methods, a total separation between the experimental and the numerical data occurs. Equilibrium methods, such as the Virtual Fields Method (VFM), search for the parameter set that balances the internal and external work according to the principle of virtual work, where the internal work is calculated using the constitutive model applied to the experimental strain field [1-5]. Both described methods are still expensive and non-robust, which is closely related with the adopted single-stage optimisation strategies. Such optimisation strategies can undergo problems of initial solution’s dependence, non-uniqueness of solution, local and premature convergence, physical constraints violation, etc. Therefore, the choice of an optimisation algorithm is not straightforward. The aim of this work is to implement and analyse advanced optimisation strategies with sequential, parallel and hybrid approaches in a parameter identification problem using both the VFM and the FEMU methods. The performance of a gradient least-squares (GLS) optimisation algorithm, a metaheuristic (MH) algorithm and their combination is compared. Moreover, the definition of the objective functions of both VFM and FEMU methods is discussed in the framework of optimisation.|
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TEMA - Comunicações
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