We would like to thank all the ISCSO 2016 participants for their contributions to the event. The winner of ISCSO 2016 is Muhammad Firmansyah Kasim from the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. You may find the optimum solution, reported by the winner,
Optimization Problem and Winner of ISCSO 2016
Problem Definition The steel cantilever truss shown below is composed of 117 members and 30 nodes. Sizing and shape optimization of this three-dimensional truss structure is considered. The topology (i.e. the way that the nodes are connected to each other)
Winner of ISCSO 2015
We would like to thank all the ISCSO 2015 participants for their contributions to the event. The winner of ISCSO 2015 is Team COME from Technical University of Munich, Germany. You may find the optimum solution, reported by the winner,
Submission of Results
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Optimization Problem and Winner of ISCSO 2015
Problem Definition Consider the sizing and shape optimization of the 45-bar planar truss structure, shown below. The topology (i.e. the way that the nodes are connected to each other) for the truss is assumed to be fixed. Three vertical loads
A brief summary of the previous events is available in the following table. For further information, click on the name of each event or the winner.
The 11th International Student Competition in Structural Optimization (ISCSO 2022) 1-15 December 2022 ISCSO 2022 is an international student competition in the field of structural optimization. The idea of ISCSO was born over a decade ago. The main aim is
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