SimulationX - Mechanics 1D

Learn about modeling concept in 1D as well as the basic features of several important 1D mechanic elements, which are also used in other domains in SimulationX. Develop your own 1D elements based on standard elements as, e.g., nonlinear spring-dampers.
Audience
All
DESCRIPTION

In this training course on 1D mechanics, participants will learn how to quickly design and analyze linear and nonlinear oscillator chains as well as branched systems from the fields of drive technology, gear technology, mechanisms, aggregate bearing arrangements, and much more, using numerous practical examples. The training focuses on the demonstration of the main features of selected basic elements such as friction, end-stop, transformers, etc.

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Date Duration Training type Location Language Price
- 9am - 1pm CEST Live - Online EMEA / ASIA English 600 € - euro REGISTER
- 9am - 1pm CEST Live - Online EMEA / ASIA English 600 € - euro REGISTER
- 9am - 1pm CEST Live - Online EMEA / ASIA English 600 € - euro REGISTER
- 9am - 1pm CEST Live - Online EMEA / ASIA English 600 € - euro REGISTER
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TRAINING PROGRAM

Day 1

  • Conception and structure of libraries
  • Discretization and local definitions in 1D
    • General modeling basics of 1D models, e.g., sign definitions
  • Properties and use of model elements from 1D-Mechanics library
    • Demonstration of main features of selected basic elements such as friction, end-stop, transformers, etc.
  • Parameterization and variables
  • Linear elastic structures (modal equivalent system)
  • Linkage tother libraries
  • Performance optimization of models
    • Mapping of relevant effects
    • Performance and dynamics analysis
    • Model reduction
    • Faster and more efficient calculation
  • Linear system analysis
    • evaluation and analysis in the time and frequency domain
  • Exercises:
    • Single-mass oscillator
    • thrust crank mechanism
    • Simple planetary gear
    • User-defined excitation function
    • Non-linear couplings (incl. hysteresis function)