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AuthorEich-Soellner, Edda. author
TitleNumerical Methods in Multibody Dynamics [electronic resource] / by Edda Eich-Soellner, Claus Fรผhrer
ImprintWiesbaden : Vieweg+Teubner Verlag : Imprint: Vieweg+Teubner Verlag, 1998
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-663-09828-7
Descript 290 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Today computers play an important role in the development of complex mechanical systems, such as cars, railway vehicles or machines. Efficient simulation of these systems is only possible when based on methods that explore the strong link between numerics and computational mechanics. This book gives insight into modern techniques of numerical mathematics in the light of an interesting field of applications: multibody dynamics. The important interaction between modeling and solution techniques is demonstrated by using a simplified multibody model of a truck. Different versions of this mechanical model illustrate all key concepts in static and dynamic analysis as well as in parameter identification. The book focuses in particular on constrained mechanical systems. Their formulation in terms of differential-algebraic equations is the backbone of nearly all chapters. The book is written for students and teachers in numerical analysis and mechanical engineering as well as for engineers in industrial research laboratories working with modern multibody simulation tools. For a detailed description of the book's contents and additional material there is a special http://www.dna.lth.se/home/Claus_Fuhrer/teubner/>internet page . Note:More information on http://www.indmath.uni-linz.ac.at/www/ind/ecmi.html> ECMI


CONTENT

1 Multibody Systems -- 2 Linear Systems -- 3 Nonlinear Equations -- 4 Explicit Ordinary Differential Equations -- 5 Implicit Ordinary Differential Equations -- 6 ODEs with Discontinuities -- 7 Parameter Identification Problems -- A The Truck Model -- A.1 Data of the Truck Model -- A.2 Model of a Nonlinear Pneumatic Spring -- A.3 Matlab m-files for the Unconstrained Truck


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