In this paper, topology optimization is applied to design cooling channels in a mold of structural steel. The problem was implemented in COMSOL multiphysics, where two physics were coupled, heat transfer and solid mechanics. The optimization objective is to maximize the conduction heat flux in the mold and minimize the deformations when the plastic is injected. In order to find an optimal geometry for this objective, a density-based method was implemented into the nonlinear program (NLP) for which feasible results were found.
|Número de artículo||012004|
|Publicación||Journal of Physics: Conference Series|
|Estado||Publicada - 5 abr. 2018|
|Evento||1st Multi-Campus Meeting on Basic Science - Medellin, Colombia|
Duración: 29 sep. 2017 → 29 sep. 2017
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