Good question. I've never really looked but for what it is worth think this is unlikely.
I was thinking the same thing in my head but was afraid to say it out loud.
Well, you can use design scenario's and just do them all and figure it out at the end or pick the nearest sizes available and consider it close enough.
It is often a good idea to explore the computed optimal as it is an approximation based on the response surface derived from the experiments that are used to fit a polynomial surface to fit the data (the experiments) and approximate the response function. The polynomial is then differentiated and set equal to zero to find the optimum. Hope that wasn 't too wordy, sort of gave me a head ache.
I read your answers because i am trying to find a solution to my problem and i believe you could help me..Can i optimize a design scenario?
I have created a parametric assembly-a part is found at different locations.
Do you know another way to optimize such an assembly apart from a design scenario?
Thanks a lot in advance!