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Calculating actual load in the time domain of dynamics system

Ansys Motion is suitable for investigating various dynamics problems. Strong abstractions aren’t necessary for the simulations.

Multibody simulation (MBS) with rigid and flexible components

Investigating the strength and service life of components is one of the most frequent tasks performed by simulation engineers. Ansys Motion allows users to perform nonlinear dynamic simulations in a short time. This allows actual load spectra in the time domain to be determined instead of dynamic equivalent loads.

Product Description

Ansys Motion for multibody simulation (MBS) with rigid and flexible components

Investigating the strength and service life of components is one of the most frequent tasks performed by simulation engineers.

Ansys Motion allows users to perform nonlinear dynamic simulations in a short time. This allows actual load spectra in the time domain to be determined instead of dynamic equivalent loads.

Product Highlights
  • Initial estimate for dimensioning
  • No complex tests
  • Understanding complex motion sequences
  • Determining reaction and bearing forces
  • Examining drive forces and torques
  • Smooth running analysis
  • Calculating structure-borne noise

This software is part of the Ansys structural mechanics product family

Key facts and use cases of Ansys Motion

Chain drive behavior

Run-up simulation and drive torque analysis. Ansys Motion is used to investigate bearing stiffness and transmission behavior. In this way, Individual operating states and a complete run-up can thus be simulated.

Joint strength

Strength calculation for optimization of CV joint cage. The actual load spectra in the time domain are determined. Nonlinear dynamic simulations are performed in a short time.

Structure-borne noise of housing

The advantages of rigid body simulation (fast) and FEM calculation (flexibility) can be combined with one another in the NVH (noise vibration harshness) range.

Differential gears

Ansys Motion for transition and smooth-running analysis. Investigating differential gears with multibody simulation.

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