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a. What do the results of this optimization study imply about the selection of golf equipment (e.g., club and ball hardness) for this particular hole? Hint: What club selection and smash factor values are most common for the best designs (shots)?

The result of this optimization can be 2 golf equipment sets for best results:

First, is the SmashFactor between 1.0 – 1.5 were more club head is needed to obtain good results.

Second, is the SmashFactor between

b. What is the approximate cost (distance penalty) of choosing the wrong club? Hints: Compare the DistanceToHole of designs that don’t use the optimal club choice to those that do. Compare groups of designs (shots) to arrive at your conclusions.

c. Consider a structural optimization problem. If sheet metal is available in only specific thicknesses, how should you represent a thickness variable (be specific)?

d. What are some advantages of using a discretized representation of a continuous variable?

e. Provide two (2) examples of using discrete variables (not discretized continuous variables) in real engineering applications. Describe each one briefly.

f. Provide two (2) examples of using dependent variables in real engineering applications. Describe each one briefly.

2. Discussion Questions

a. If sheet metal is available in only specific thicknesses, how should you represent a thickness variable?

b. What are the advantages of using a discretized representation of a continuous variable?

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