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  1. I was going through this video by Altair University titled: Vehicle Dynamics for Student Racing Cars, there is a segment in this video explaining how to optimize suspension setup using various pickup points. There the presenter is using an equation to solve the optimization problem (ref. In video time of eqn is 41:49) i.e. { sum((v_1 + 0.01*v_2)2 } where v_1 is Actual Toe & v_2 is Wheel vertical displacement. Could you please explain how did he decide to optimize suspension geometry based upon this equation? Ref video:
  2. Hi, I have been using the HyperStudy optimization for some time and it looks to me that many of my optimization problems goes on forever and not giving me a solution though its a very simple model with single objective and some constraints. I looked at the evaluation data and found that Hyperstudy uses several decimal digits when it passes the design variable for the next iteration. I just want Hyperstudy to limit it to 1 or 2 decimals. Is there a way where I can specify the accuracy of decimal digits during optimization|? Thanks in advance
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