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Topology optimisation : a case study

Fenci, GE; Currie, NGR; Hardie, G

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GE Fenci

Prof Neil Currie
Professor Structural EngineeringPractice

G Hardie


Parametric and computational design play a major role in contemporary architecture and engineering. Designers need no longer conform to predetermined shapes and sections, but are given freedom to explore new geometries and structural forms. An example of how an organic process can be employed to finding the solution to a design problem is presented. Topology optimization is studied to suggest different alternatives for the creation of an open and functional internal tower structure in an educational building.


Fenci, G., Currie, N., & Hardie, G. (2017, April). Topology optimisation : a case study. Presented at IABSE Conference – Creativity and Collaboration, Bath, UK

Presentation Conference Type Other
Conference Name IABSE Conference – Creativity and Collaboration
Conference Location Bath, UK
Start Date Apr 19, 2017
End Date Apr 20, 2017
Publication Date Apr 19, 2017
Deposit Date Jun 26, 2017
Publicly Available Date Aug 1, 2017
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Additional Information Additional Information : IABSE Conference Proceedings Book ISBN: 9783857481482
Event Type : Conference


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