Optimum and Robust Design of Fibre-Reinforced Hybrid Composites with Manufacture Related Uncertainties
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In this research, different methods are presented for design and multi-objective optimization of laminated hybrid composites when design variables are not deterministic due to manufacture related uncertainties. Since, flexural properties are more affected by hybridization of fibres, this research has focused on the design and optimization of laminated hybrid composites under flexural load. Robustness and hybrid effect are investigated with optimal and robust designs for carbon and glass fibre reinforced epoxy composites being presented.
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