The novel methodology and approach to dynamics modeling of rigid and flexible systems considerably improves the precision of the simulation process and the reality of a virtual prototype. The book is devoted to scientists and engineers, as well as, to software developers dealing with the problems of mechanical system simulation, analysis and design. Description: This monograph develops a unified methodology for dynamic analysis and minimization of the inertia-induced forces occurring in high speed multiloop planar as well as spatial mechanisms based on the multibody system modeling approach.
Dynamic analysis is prerequisite for the dynamic balancing of mechanisms. The balancing of mechanisms is one of the crucial steps in design of high speed machinery and is a difficult one due to trade-off amongst various dynamic quantities, e. Hence, it is essentially an optimization problem where various dynamic quantities are computed repeatedly.
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The purpose of this collection is to provide the international multibody dynamics community with an up-to-date view on the state of the art in this rapidly growing field of research which now plays a central role in the modeling, analysis, simulation and optimization of mechanical systems in a variety of fields and for a wide range of industrial applications. The book will be of interest to engineers working on any one of the many aspects of modern multibody dynamics who want to be informed by some of the leading experts in the field on the principal research directions, recent achievements and the most challenging successful applications.
Researchers from academia, industry and research centers, operating on all aspects of multibody dynamics, including theoretical and computational methods, and complex multidisciplinary applications. Description: The coupling of models from different physical domains and the efficient and reliable simulation of multidisciplinary problems in engineering applications are important topics for various fields of engineering, in simulation technology and in the development and analysis of numerical solvers.
The volume presents advanced modelling and simulation techniques for the dynamical analysis of coupled engineering systems consisting of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and biological components as well as control devices often based on computer hardware and software. The book starts with some basics in multibody dynamics and in port-based modelling and focuses on the modelling and simulation of heterogeneous systems with special emphasis on robust and efficient numerical solution techniques and on a variety of applied problems including case studies of co-simulation in industrial applications, methods and problems of model based controller design and real-time application.
Description: About this book This textbook is an introduction to and exploration of a number of core topics in the field of applied mechanics: On the basis of Lagrange's Principle, a Central Equation of Dynamics is presented which yields a unified view on existing methods.
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From these, the Projection Equation is selected for the derivation of the motion equations of holonomic and of non-holonomic systems. The method is applied to rigid multibody systems where the rigid body is defined such that, by relaxation of the rigidity constraints, one can directly proceed to elastic bodies. A decomposition into subsystems leads to a minimal representation and to a recursive representation, respectively, of the equations of motion. Applied to elastic multibody systems one obtains, along with the use of spatial operators, a straight-on procedure for the interconnected partial and ordinary differential equations and the corresponding boundary conditions.
The spatial operators are eventually applied to a RITZ series for approximation. The resulting equations then appear in the same structure as in rigid multibody systems. The main emphasis is laid on methodical as well as on graduate level educational aspects. The text is accompanied by a large number of examples and applications, e. The mathematical prerequisites are subsumed in a short excursion into stability and control.
Written for: Graduate and postgraduate students in mechanical engineering, mechatronics, applied mathematics and physics; theoretical and applied mechanicians, applied mathematicians, practicing physicists, engineers in the field of dynamics and control.
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Introduction to Robotics is a book which aims to understand the underlying concepts used in designing and building a robot, and to make it work. There are a number of books available in the market which typically cater to either researchers working mainly on the analyses aspects of robots, e.
In an undergraduate curriculum of Robotics, it is important that the students are exposed to both the aspects of analyses and applications. Hence, this book which covers both the aspects in a lucid manner. The material provided in this book can be used by practicing engineers as well for the purposes of adopting, maintaining, and even designing a robot. In fact, with manyexamples and exercises provided in this book, one can prepare himself or herself for any competitive examination having Robotics as a topic.
This book is meant to cater to both the undergraduate UG and postgraduate PG level students for their courses on Robotics. This book contains the revised and extended versions of selected conference communications, representing the state-of-the-art in the advances on computational multibody models, from the most abstract mathematical developments to practical engineering applications.
This book will be highly valuable for experienced researchers that want to keep updated on the details of the latest driving ideas in this field, but also to researchers approaching the field for the first time, since it provides a useful overview of the most active areas and the efforts devoted by many prominent research groups worldwide. Description: This textbook—a result of the author's many years of research and teaching—brings together diverse concepts of dynamics, combining the efforts of many researchers in the field of mechanics.
Bridging the gap between dynamics and engineering applications such as microbotics, virtual reality simulation of interactive mechanical systems, nanomechanics, flexible biosystems, crash simulation, and biomechanics, the book puts into perspective the importance of modeling in the dynamic simulation and solution of problems in these fields. Description: Modeling and analysing multibody systems require a comprehensive understanding of the kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies.
In this volume, the relevant fundamental principles are first reviewed ind detail and illustrated in conformity with the multibody formalisms that follow. The symbolic approach chosen, specifically dedicated to multibody systems, affords various advantages: it leads to a simplification of the theoretical formulation of models, a considerable reduction in the size of generated equations and hence in resulting computing time, and also enhanced portability of the multibody models towards other specific environments.
Moreover, the generation of multibody models as symbolic toolboxes proves to be an excellent pedagogical medium in teaching mechanics. Description: Flexible Multibody Dynamics comprehensively describes the numerical modelling of flexible multibody dynamics systems in space and aircraft structures, vehicles, and mechanical systems. A rigurous approach is followed to handle finite rotations in 3D, with a throrough discussion of the different alternatives for parametrization.
Modelling of flexible bodies is treated following the Finite Element technique, a novel aspect in multibody systems simulation. Features include different solution techniques such as: time integration of differential-algebraic equations non-linear substructuring continuation methods nonlinear bifurcation analysis. Description: Computational Dynamics, Second Edition offers a full introduction to the concepts, definitions, and techniques used in multibody dynamics and presents essential topics concerning kinematics and dynamics of motion in two an three dimensions.
Next, it builds on these concepts in order to demonstrate the use of the methods as the foundation for the study of computational dynamics. Finally, the book presents different computational methodolgies used in the computer-aided analysis of mechanical and aerospace systems. Description: From the book: " Although, terms, canceling those from the model.
With energy- rigid multibody models generally require a few cycles to drainage damping, the contacting bodies will tend to drift converge, large models with flexible body models may slowly apart until the forces and accelerations become require iterations. In the energy-drainage approach, a technique similar to Figure 7 shows a successful simulation to achieve the the Baumgart equation was implemented into TomSim.
The machine is It imposes the additional requirement on the second dropping from a small height over a washboard surface. As the machine contacts the opposite This model was not sufficient to capture the actual surface of the washboard ditch, the machine comes to vehicle dynamics and soil properties during the static equilibrium.
Interaction between the An advanced semi-analytical and semi-numerical track machine and the external environment can be classified soil model has been developed based on the into three different categories: tire-ground interaction, fundamentals of soil mechanics and the theory of track-soil interaction, and tool-environment engagement plasticity . The model has been implemented in interaction . The dynamics response of the machine TomSim for more accurate simulation of tracked to environmental effects depends on several factors vehicles.
Model predictions obtained for different tracked including: vehicles on different soil properties and irregular ground surfaces show that the model is capable of capturing the 1. The magnitude, frequency, location, and direction of dynamics of the track—soil interaction.
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Although the the dynamic load transmitted from machine to soil. The shape and the size of the component that following desired characteristics: nonlinear based model, interacts with the soil tire patch; track link geometry; provide adequate representation of the tractive force, bucket shape; cutting edge, etc.
The dynamic properties of the machine component. The dynamic properties of the soil. It is always desired that the model be able to predict tractive The other category of interaction between the machine performance as a function of vehicle design parameters, and the ground was the tire interface. TomSim utilizes a the soil parameters, and the operating conditions.
Various models have been developed in the literature to predict the tractive performance of tracked vehicles. The regular and irregular ground surface can be defined Those approaches include analytical models, empirical based on the course of simulation necessary. TomSim models, numerical models, or some combination of has the capability to detect the contact point between the them. Design engineers always need to achieve a fast track links and ground surface and the corresponding yet accurate solution for the problems faced in earth interaction forces are calculated and applied to the link.
Advanced numerical Another advanced feature is that TomSim keeps history models based on full finite element or mesh free of the deformation and cut in the surface and these methods are not the best option to achieve that goal changes are used to update the surface definition for the because of the computational cost. One of the consequent simulation passes. This model was developed going in and out of V-ditch formed terrain. As shown in to predict Track Type Tractor TTT tractive performance the figure, the new track-soil model is capable of as a function of the vehicle design parameters, the soil handling most of the simulation requirements.
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In the first step, the spatial position of the bodies in the first kinematic tree is defined based on the kinematic tree configuration. In the second step, the track is warped to minimize the initial penetration of the track links into the contacting bodies. TomSim track-warp algorithm defines the initial position of the track links in space based on a user-defined order for the rollers and sprockets.
Figure 9 Exploded view of Track Type Tractor After the kinematic assembly is completed, the static equilibrium algorithm is executed to bring the machine into a good starting position. Linear Eigenvalue analysis can be performed on the machine on the static configuration or at any time during the dynamic simulation. The transient dynamic simulation can be invoked to simulate the machine work-cycle. TomSim can be interfaced with the in-house hydraulics and controls modeling program, Dynasty, which can be used to model the power train, drive the sprockets, and drive hydraulic cylinders.
The multibody dynamics code determines the interaction forces between the machine and the soil either using the tire model for wheeled machine models or the track-soil model for the tracked machine maodels. The interaction forces are propagated up to the different machine parts.
Different machine components can be modeled using flexible bodies. Using the flexible body deformations and loads can be reported for post-processing and life calculations. Figure 10 depicts a typical co-simulation of the three VPD tools.
Figure 8 Tracked vehicle interacting V-ditch shaped ground surface A typical simulation scenario starts by the kinematic assembly of the machine. Shabana, A. Alsaleh, M. Norlin, J. Bathe, K. Heisler, H. TomSim represent an Warrendale, PA, Hughes, T. Omar, Mohamed A.
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