We are proud to present another thesis leveraging our RBF Morph software together with Ansys Workbench: ‘Optimization of the shape of a helical spring using the Biological Growth Method’ by Emanuele Lombardi, an Engineering student at Università di Roma Tor Vergata.

The Biological Growth Method (BGM) has proven to be highly effective in facilitating structural modifications necessary to alleviate critical stress in mechanical components by selectively relaxing them in specific areas. In this study, aided by Ansys Workbench, we utilized RBF Morph to execute mesh morphing on a helical spring based on the BGM algorithm. This approach led to the automatic optimization of the component’s cross-section, demonstrating enhanced performance.

You can access the presentation and the complete thesis via this link.