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RecurDyn Demonstration Animations

 
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RecurDyn Simulation of CV Joint Boot (3 Videos)

In this Automotive Case Study, RecurDyn/FFlex (Full Flex) was used to model the flexible boot of a Constant Velocity (CV) joint. The simulations were validated by the behavior of the existing design and were used to achieve improved performance in the new design.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Windshield Wiper System

RecurDyn FFlex (Full Flex) was used to simulate a windshield wiper system being blocked by snow or ice on the windshield. Internal stresses within the components were determined. Motor torque was measured to determine critical stall angles.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Stresses in Ball Bearing

RecurDyn FFlex (Full Flex) was used to model part of this bearing's outer ring as a flexible body, so that internal stresses within that part could be determined.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Compliant Clutch

RecurDyn FFlex (Full Flex) was used to model the clutch plate as a flexible body in contact (sliding) with other components.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Excavator with Flexible Boom

RecurDyn RFlex (Reduced Flex) was used to model the excavator’s boom as a flexible body connected to other components.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Flexible Suspension Component

RecurDyn RFlex (Reduced Flex) was used to model an all-terrain vehicle suspension's upright arm as a flexible body connected to other components.
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RecurDyn Simulation of All-Terrain Vehicle Steering Control

RecurDyn CoLink was used to model a driver's steering input into an all-terrain vehicle, allowing it to be simulated as it follows a predefined path over a rock-strewn course.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Inverted Pendulum

RecurDyn CoLink was used to create control systems to balanced an inverted pendulum. The performance of a Proportional (P) and Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) control system are compared.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Media Transport Path in 2D

RecurDyn MTT2D (Media Transport Toolkit 2D) was used to model a sheet of paper as it passes through rollers and is then moved against a bump stop.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Sheet in Laser Printer

RecurDyn MTT3D (Media Transport Toolkit 3D) was used to model a 3-dimensional sheet of paper as it passes through a laser printer.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Chain System

RecurDyn Chain was used to model a chain-driven compressor system.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Lawn Mower Blades at Startup

RecurDyn Belt was used to simulate belt driven mower blades at startup.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Military Tank

RecurDyn HM-Track (High Mobility Track Toolkit) was used to model a military vehicle traversing hilly terrain.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Track Loader

In this Construction Case Study, RecurDyn was used to evaluate the performance of a compact track loader as it traverses a test track with bumps.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Track Loader, Pivoting

In this Construction Case Study, RecurDyn was used to evaluate the performance of a compact track loader as it performs a pivoting maneuver.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Robotic Tracked Vehicle Climbing Stairs

In this Robotics Case Study, RecurDyn was used to evaluate the mobility of a tracked reconnaissance robot as it climbs stairs.
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RecurDyn Simulation of Bowling Ball

This simulation demonstrates the robust Solid Contact model in RecurDyn. Setting up the contact is as easy as selecting the two solid bodies that will interact.

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