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Strategy: Optimizing a Model
When you are satisfied with the results of the standard design study and have gained a feel for the design space by running one or more sensitivity studies, you can use optimization to find the optimal values of your design variables to achieve a specific design goal (for example, to minimize mass).
See the suggested approaches when you want to do any of the following:
Before defining an optimization study, consider which sensitivity studies to run.
Define and run an optimization study.
After the optimization has completed, analyze the results.
After you run an optimization study, follow up with standard and local sensitivity studies.