Title: Robust design optimization and emerging technologies for electrical machines: challenges and open problems
Authors: Orosz, Tamás
Rassolkin, Anton
Kallaste, Ants
Arsenio, Pedro
Pánek, David
Kaska, Jan
Karban, Pavel
Citation: OROSZ, T., RASSOLKIN, A., KALLASTE, A., ARSENIO, P., PÁNEK, D., KASKA, J., KARBAN, P. Robust design optimization and emerging technologies for electrical machines: challenges and open problems. Applied Sciences, 2020, roč. 10, č. 19, s. 1-33. ISSN 2076-3417.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: MDPI
Document type: článek
URI: 2-s2.0-85092471132
ISSN: 2076-3417
Keywords in different language: electrical machines;robust design optimization;digital twins;3D printing;transformers
Abstract in different language: The bio-inspired algorithms are novel, modern, and efficient tools for the design of electrical machines. However, from the mathematical point of view, these problems belong to the most general branch of non-linear optimization problems, where these tools cannot guarantee that a global minimum is found. The numerical cost and the accuracy of these algorithms depend on the initialization of their internal parameters, which may themselves be the subject of parameter tuning according to the application. In practice, these optimization problems are even more challenging, because engineers are looking for robust designs, which are not sensitive to the tolerances and the manufacturing uncertainties. These criteria further increase these computationally expensive problems due to the additional evaluations of the goal function. The goal of this paper is to give an overview of the widely used optimization techniques in electrical machinery and to summarize the challenges and open problems in the applications of the robust design optimization and the prospects in the case of the newly emerging technologies.
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