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Acta of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent

Abstract

Since deep learning is providing an effective way to train systems and gaining high performance, it is being transforming action in various fields. This study defines the deep learning approach for structural analysis and its predictions for exploring optimum design variables. The basic originality of this work is training dataset and prediction of design variables in the case of two types of truss structures. In order to train the neural network, various numbers of sets and classes are created for 10 bar and 25 bar trusses. In this case, implementation of this experiment involves two manners: regression and multi-classification. By these two manners, the power of deep learning for truss optimization is determined without using any structural analyzers and algorithms.

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