Tag - multibody dynamics

16
Aug

No More Guessing! – Enhanced Design Insight Using the EDEM-Adams Coupling

In this final blog of our Adams-EDEM co-simulation series, Darren Simoni from DSIM Technologies explains how EDEM and Adams have been used during the design of a skid-steer loader to increase the accuracy of system level simulation using less time and effort than traditional load estimation methods. 

25
Jul

Coupled Powertrain and Vehicle Analysis

Today's vehicle and powertrain engineers face increasing challenges to meet fuel economy and drive quality targets, while at the same time keep vehicle cost reasonable. Many of the new engine technologies designed to improve fuel economy create difficulties for the noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) engineer, whose job it is to assure a certain level of comfort for the occupants.

18
Jul

Dig the Dirt! – Application Examples using Adams-EDEM Co-Simulation

In my previous blogs I introduced the Adams-EDEM coupling, and explained how it works. In this post I want to share with you two examples of the Adams-EDEM coupling in action!

20
Jun

Get Your Hands Dirty! – How to Run An Adams-EDEM Co-Simulation

In my previous blog post I introduced the Adams-EDEM coupling that allows engineers to realistically simulate how bulk materials interact with their systems dynamics. In this post I want to give some insight on the workflow needed to use the coupling.

19
May

How to Use Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM) with Your System Dynamics Workflow

How to Use Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM) with Your System Dynamics Workflow   Over the past 15 years simulation process and data management (SPDM) systems have become more advanced alongside the increasing need for complex testing and simulations. SPDM now gives companies the ability to have more effective processes, more certain data outputs ...
18
May

Multibody Dynamics Integrated with Simulation Process and Data Management

  Today, manufacturing firms are avoiding iterative and costly physical testing processes by implementing CAE tools into their engineering cycle. They only produce few or sometimes no prototypes at all and they easily test the products’ durability, noise and vibration harshness (NVH), computational fluid dynamics (CFD), and morewith these tools during the design process. Particularly ...
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