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Multi and Single-objective optimization by Igor Mitrić Lavovski

This video is showing main principles for multi and single-objective optimization on one cubic meter.
1. Part :
Multi-objective optimization for winter and summer period.
-Maximize solar radiation in winter
-Minimize solar radiation in summer
2.Part
Single-objective optimization for annual solar radiation.
- Maximize solar radiation on 1m3 during a year
3. Multi-objective optimization for wind.
- Measuring and optimizing a flow lines around 1m3 in order to "calm" curvature graph
- maximizing surface area of 1m3

For Evolutionary Solver used Galapagos
For Solar simulation used LadyBug
For Curvature Graphs and flow lines used Grasshopper3D

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Comment by Feyza Nur Aksin on October 20, 2019 at 5:32am

hi Igor,

Multi-objective optimization for winter and summer period.
-Maximize solar radiation in winter
-Minimize solar radiation in summer 

Can galapagos solve multi objective optimization problem? 

I am trying to solve this optimization problem on my sun shaders for windows to maximize solar radiation in winter and minimize solar radiation in summer on my windows. 

Do i need to use octopus or galapagos can solve this problem as well?

Do you have any suggestion?

Thanks

Comment by Igor Mitrić Lavovski on July 15, 2015 at 10:09am
Hi Rasmus,
Just analytical with lines and crvs and points!
Comment by Rasmus Holst on July 15, 2015 at 7:56am

Looks good. 

Is the "windsimulation" cfd / ladybug related or is it more geometric with curves/flowlines?

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