RSM Based General Optimization Methods and Application on Reciprocating Pump Design

Yangdong Wu; Lifang Wang
January 2012
Journal of Control Engineering & Technology;Jan2012, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
This paper proposes that using response surface methodology (RSM) to solve multiple variables problems, for multiple responses, transforming each response into desirability function and combined them to an overall desirability function, so the multiple responses can be changed into one single function, the overall desirability is solved through intelligent algorithm. At last section, a study case is given to show the feasibility of the methodology proposed in this paper.


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