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Multi-objective wind-driven optimisation and magnet design

Multi-objective wind-driven optimisation and magnet design

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After a short review of the main optimisation methods used in electromagnetic design, the wind-driven optimisation algorithm is focused on. Its generalisation to the multi-objective case is proposed as the original contribution. The relevant algorithm is able to approximate the Pareto front of a design problem characterised by two or more objective functions which are in conflict. The optimal synthesis of current in a solenoid, trading off field residual minimisation and power loss minimisation, is considered as the case study.

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