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Error Optimization in Hyperstudy

Error Optimization in Hyperstudy

Error Optimization in Hyperstudy

Hello Everyone,
I am using Hyperstudy for Optimizing the Youngs Modulus "E" which I give as Design variable. I have written a Python script that produces the Error Between Simulation Forces and the Experimental Forces at fixed Strain values from Simulations. I give the Sum of the Error as a vector in Hyperstudy for Optimization. When I do the nominal run all the calculations work well. When I start the Optimization Hyperstudy does the Calculations and gives me the Optimized Youngs Modulus value. But it does the same calculation as in Nominal run and I get the same values of error and Forces from Simulation in Optimmization also.
I am getting the Optimized Youngs Modulus "E", but i cannot check it if the error value is reduced and Forces from Simulation match the Experimental results ?

If anyone has any idea about it please help.
Thank you for your Time.


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