The Ansys product team is pleased to announce the availability of Motion 2020 R2 is a next generation engineering solution based on flexible multibody dynamics. It enables fast and accurate analysis of rigid and flexible bodies within a single solver system.
使用该软件的另一个优势是可以在该程序中使用MATLAB和Simulink软件的模型。在该产品的应用中，我们可以提及其在汽车行业中的应用。该软件可以非常准确地对许多车辆系统进行部分仿真。 Large assemblies with many millions of degrees of freedom can studied with the effects of flexibility and contact included. Standard connections and joints then allow these systems to be connected together and loaded. In addition to the basic package ANSYS Motion offers additional toolkits so users working in areas with specific multibody dynamic needs can work faster and more efficiently. ANSYS Motion Toolkits
ANSYS Motion CarVehicle systems with many parts and interactions can be easily and conveniently modeled using the Car Toolkit. With this toolkit it is possible to model various templates and subsystems used for vehicle ride and handling analyses, such as the suspension system, steering system and brakes. The Car Toolkit also contains libraries for tires. Application areas:
ANSYS Motion DrivetrainDrivetrain is a toolkit that constructs power transmission devices including gears, bearings, shafts and housings. In particular, by calculating the gear excitation force under fluctuating speed/load conditions, vibration characteristics can be analyzed accurately under the same conditions as the actual driving conditions. Drivetrain allows you to configure the gear pair model by entering the specifications required for the gear design and analyze the transmission errors for each gear (backlash). It provides catalogs from major bearing manufacturers to improve your modeling experience and allows gear geometry to be created from parametric sketches. Application areas:
- Characterization of the suspension and steering system of a vehicle.
- Identification of vehicle ride and handling characteristics and feedback to the steering wheel.
- Analysis of the complete vehicle or individual subsystems.
ANSYS Motion LinksMany mechanical systems contain flexible power transmission features like chains, tracks and belts. Connections between the individual links and contact between the links and the sprockets, pulleys and rollers mean that many hundreds of thousands of elements need to be set up and have their contact defined. The Chain/Track Toolkit provides an automated method for quickly setting up these systems and post-processing them in an easy manner. Application areas:
- Whine and rattle analysis of electric car speed reducer.
- Whine and rattle analysis of transmission systems including epicyclic gear trains.
- Rattle analysis and noise analysis of steering systems.
- Transmission error analysis for gear design.
ANSYS Motion EasyFlexThe EasyFlex toolkit provides an automated mesh-free solver capability within ANSYS Motion. It can be used to calculate the stress and deformation of flexible parts without the need for any knowledge of mesh generation technology and techniques. This leaves the ANSYS Motion user free to focus their time on solving the engineering problems at hand. ANSYS Inc. Founded in 1970, ANSYS employs nearly 3,000 professionals, many of whom are expert M.S. and Ph.D.-level engineers in finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, electronics, semiconductors, embedded software and design optimization. Our exceptional staff is passionate about pushing the limits of world-class simulation technology so our customers can turn their design concepts into successful, innovative products faster and at lower cost. As a measure of our success in attaining these goals, ANSYS has been recognized as one of the world's most innovative companies by prestigious publications such as Bloomberg Businessweek and FORTUNE magazines.Product: ANSYS MotionVersion: 2020 R2Supported Architectures: x64Website Home Page : www.ansys.comLanguage: multilanguageSystem Requirements: PC *Supported Operating Systems: *Size: 1.2 GbApplication areas:
- Track system in all tracked vehicles such as excavators and armored vehicles.
- Chain systems within various machines.
- All kinds of pulley, belt systems.
- Material conveying systems.
- Timing belts of engines.
- Automated mesh-free modeling of flexible components within multibody systems