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Technical Papers: Flexible Bodies in Multibody Dynamics

 

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Optimization of flexible components of multibody systems via equivalent static loads

E.P. Hong, B.J. You, C.H. Kim, G.J. Park, Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization, January 2010, Volume 40, Issue 1, pp 549-562.

Results from simulations in RecurDyn can be linked to other CAE programs to solve complex multibody design problems such as redesigning a pelvis part of a biped humanoid. RecurDyn can be used to find accurate loading conditions for FEA. The result is that a high fidelity model could be constructed which draws upon the strengths of multibody dynamics and finite element analysis.

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Need for Accurate Initial Conditions to Simulate Flexible Structures in Motion

Nelson Woo, Brant Ross, and Ryan West, Transactions of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers C: Industrial Technology and Innovation, April 2015, Volume 3, No. 2, pp 97-106.

RecurDyn can simulate complex assemblies and structures such as can be found in a CV joint. Tools within RecurDyn can aid in the careful replication of initial, pre-loaded conditions. The initial conditions have a large effect on the fidelity of the simulation.

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Multi Flexible Body Dynamics Using Incremental Finite Element Formulation

Juhwan Choi, Han Sik Ryu, Jin Hwan Choi, ECCOMAS Thematic Conference Multibody Dynamics, Warsaw, 2009.

This paper demonstrates an incremental finite element formulation for solving multi flexible body dynamics (MFBD) problems. RecurDyn implements this method and as a result can solve complex flexible body dynamics problems with large deformations.

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