March 22, 2021 at 1:02 pmomidrastkhizSubscriberHi everyone,nI have a stator segment including winding and due to adding epoxy resin, it is difficult to understand the dynamic behavior of the segment. I have the results of natural frequency and mode shapes of the vibration experiment (Experimental Modal Analysis-EMA) and, I want to know if it is possible to use a genetic algorithm to match the FE results to experimental results and find anisotropic properties ( different direction has different elastic properties). so basically by means of genetic algorithm, I want to find Young's model, shear module and poisson's ratio ( 9 in total X,Y,Z direction) in each direction to have minimum residual of natural frequency between ANSYS result and Experiment.nThank You so much in advancennBest Regards,nOmid.n
March 23, 2021 at 3:07 pm1shanAnsys Employee,nYou could refer the methodology followed in this article https://www.hindawi.com/journals/sv/2019/9029026/. This is another article which uses a simpler approach https://www.sid.ir/FileServer/JE/81320050105.pdfnRegards,nIshan.n
March 24, 2021 at 6:50 pmomidrastkhizSubscriberThank You so much,I have already read the first one, but not the second one, so now I am reading it.nnBest Regards,nOmid.
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