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Adapted Output Space-Mapping Technique for a Bi-Objective Optimization

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4 Author(s)
T. V. Tran$^{1}$ , University of Lille Nord de France,, Lille, France ; F. Moussouni ; S. Brisset ; P. Brochet

Multi-objective optimizations by means of 3-D finite element models result in very high computation burden. To have an affordable computation cost, the output space-mapping technique is applied with a new method where the scalar correction of the model outputs is replaced by a set of corrective functions. This method is used for the bi-objective optimization of a transformer and allows finding the complete Pareto optimal set in less than two days on a laptop.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 8 )