Multidisciplinary design optimization (MDO) has recently emerged as a field of research and practice that brings together many previously disjointed disciplines and tools of engineering and mathematics. MDO can be described as a technology, environment, or methodology for the design of complex, coupled engineering systems, such as aircraft, automobiles, and other mechanisms, the behavior of which is determined by interacting subsystems. C. L. Blackburn, A. R. Dovi, W. L. Kurtze, and O. O. Storaasli, IPAD Applications to the Design, Analysis and/or Machining of Aerospace Structures, Proceedings of the ...  BoeingTM RIM Usera#39;s Manual, The Boeing Company, ( 1985).
|Title||:||Multidisciplinary Design Optimization|
|Author||:||Natalia M. Alexandrov, M. Yousuff Hussaini|
|Publisher||:||SIAM - 1997-01-01|