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2007
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Genetic optimization for yacht design

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Genetic optimization for yacht design
This paper introduces a procedure for using genetic multiobjective optimization in yacht design. The problem described consists on the optimization of a bulb shape to improve the performance of the yacht. The two objectives considered are the minimization of the drag in calm water together with the minimization of the Vertical Center of Gravity (VCG), all the configurations should satisfy length and volume constraints. Since there is no a single optimum to be found, the MOGA-II was used as multi-objective genetic algorithm. The optimization of the bulb was obtained employing a parametric model, performing flow analysis and using a multiobjective optimization software. The distributed optimization search exploited the parallelization capabilities of the MOGA-II algorithm which allowed the evaluation of several designs configurations by running concurrent threads of the flow analysis solver. Three bulb shapes of different length are selected between the non-dominated solutions. Using th...
Paolo Geremia, Mauro Poian, Silvia Poles
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GECCO
Authors Paolo Geremia, Mauro Poian, Silvia Poles
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