Optimising the nesting of aerospace components on carbon fibre

La-Brooy, R 2009, 'Optimising the nesting of aerospace components on carbon fibre', International Review of Aerospace Engineering, vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 339-343.

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Optimising the nesting of aerospace components on carbon fibre
Author(s) La-Brooy, R
Year 2009
Journal name International Review of Aerospace Engineering
Volume number 2
Issue number 6
Start page 339
End page 343
Total pages 5
Publisher Praise Worthy Prize
Abstract Nesting is a process where shapes are orientated and located on a parent substrate. Effective nesting packs the parts optimally and maximizes the remnant on the substrate. The paper describes how Simulated Annealing was made to operate effectively as the optimisation process on aerospace components. Key issues affecting the use of Simulated Annealing are described. The methods described were integrated into a software package and applied to the Aerospace Industry. The method operated in real time and produce quality nesting solutions.
Subject Aerospace Materials
Keyword(s) Nesting
aerospace components
carbon fibre substrate
ISSN 1973-7459
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