Multicriteria Design

Multicriteria Design

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This book is devoted to the PSI method. Its appearance was a reaction to the unsatisfactory situation in applications of optimization methods in engineering. After comprehensive testing of the PSI method in various fields of machine engineering it has become obvious that this method substantially surpasses all other available techniques in many respects. It has now become known that the PSI method is successfully used not only in machine design, at which it was initially aimed, but also in polymer chemistry, pharmacy, nuclear energy, biology, geophysics, and many other fields of human activity. To all appearances this method has become so popular for its potential of taking into account the specific features of applied optimization better than other methods, being, at the same time, comparatively simple and friendly, and because, unlike traditional optimization methods which are intended only for searching for optimal solutions, the PSI method is also aimed at correctly formulating engineering optimization problems. One well-known aircraft designer once said, qTo solve an optimization problem in engineering means, first of all, to be able to state this problem properlyq. In this sense the PSI method has no competitors. Although this method has been presented in Russia in numerous papers and books, Western readers have had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with this method only recently (Ozernoy 1988; Lieberman 1991; Stadler and Dauer 1992; Dyer, Fishburn, Steuer, Wallenius, and Zionts 1992; Steuer and Sun 1995, etc. ).Ideally dynamic optimal control problems should be solved simultaneously with the optimal design and control problem. ... Barmas7 Let us consider the major stages of searching for the optimal design variables of a nuclear reactor using a VVER-1000 reactor (BB3P-1000 in Russian ... water from boiling) is used simultaneously as a heat transfer agent and as a neutron moderator in a nuclear fuel core.

Title:Multicriteria Design
Author:Roman Statnikov
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1999-03-31


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