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Evolutionary Growth Approach

Mimic how bones / plant roots add material to regions under high stress and reduce material where there is small stress
• Apply load to structure

• Apply load to structure

• Determine stress in all members
- In each member Areanew = Areaold * σ / σmax

• Good for stress problems but difficulties when there are other parameters (e.g. buckling / flutter / etc)

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