Alexander Schlicher

(RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau)
hosted by Seminar Series on Scientific Computing

"Automated Reconstruction of Meshed Topology Optimization Results using Parametric Modeling"

Motivated by the need for integration of optimization results into Computer Aided Design work-flows, in this talk the automated reconstruction of Topology Optimization results by means ofa Parametric Modeling software is investigated.
In order to extract information about the geometry that is to be reconstructed, an input mesh representing the optimization result is segmented to identify non-organic parts and a mesh skeleton is calculated. A novel surface and curve skeletonization approach with the advantage of noise independence and linear time complexity in the input mesh facet count is presented. The gathered mesh information is then used to approximate different Topology Optimization results by feature executions in a Parametric Modeling software, imitating the way a humanwould reconstruct the given geometry.
The described algorithms are then applied to a number of input geometries and the results are discussed. Finally, future research potential is outlined.

Time: Thursday, 04.05.2023, 11:45
Place: Hybrid (Room 32-349 and via Zoom)

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