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Online Training Suspension Simulation in ADAMS Cars
This course is recorded in SKILLDX.Adams is the most widely used multibody dynamics and motion analysis software in the world. Adams helps engineers to study the dynamics of moving parts, how loads and forces are distributed throughout mechanical systems and to improve and optimize the performance of their products. What you will learn in this course -Software Interface 1. Launching Adams – view and car 2. Setting up a working directory 3. Launching Adams from working directory 4. Adams helpThe database 1. Database structure 2. Configuration files 3. Acar shared database 4. Publishing the Acar database 5. Creating a new database 6. The private database 7. Other database management optionsOpening a model, running a simulation, animating and viewing results 1. Open McPherson strut assembly 2. Zoom, pan, rotate, shaded/wireframe, icons on/off 3. Perform parallel wheel travel 4. Animate results 5. Plot toe gradient 6. Change hardpoint 7. Re-run analysis 8. Animate 9. Overlay toe gradient 10. Save model and exitFile structure 1. Data hierarchy i. Template a. Building a template (will not be covered) ii. Subsystem a. Building a suspension subsystem b. Building a steering subsystem iii. Assembly a. Assembling the subsystems 2. User modes 3. Testrig 4. Adams file structureThe postprocesor 1. Plotting results i. All graph options ii. Exporting a plot configuration file iii. Creating plots with plot configuration files 2. Animating results i. All animating options ii. Exporting a movie 3. Importing files i. Result files ii. Test data 4. Exporting files i. Numeric data ii. SpreadsheetsElements of an Adams car model – suspension, steering, brakes, powertrain 1. Parts 2. Geometries 3. Hardpoints 4. Springs 5. Joints 6. Bushings 7. Stoppers 8. Dampers 9. Tires 10. Steering assist 11. Roll bars 12. Suspension parameters 13. Other useful options i. Aggregate mass ii. Database navigator iii. Graphical topologyTypes of analysis 1. Displacement driven i. Parallel wheel travel ii. Opposite wheel travel iii. Single wheel travel iv. Roll and vertical force v. Steering 2. Force driven i. Static loads a. Longitudinal b. Lateral c. Vertical d. Moments ii. Dynamic loads 3. External files – load cases
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