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Accurately Simulating a Four-Legged Walking Robot with Adams

Adams Used to Simulate Complex Package Folding Machinery

Hydraulics & Pneumatics: Multi-Domain Modeling and Simulation Intended for Fluid Power

SimAcademy Webinar Archive: FRF, FBA and TPA Capability in MSC Nastran 2010

The frequency response function (FRF) and FRF-based assembly (FBA) are new capabilities in MSC Nastran. FRFs can be used to represent components. This capability facilitates the computation of the FRFs of individual components and also the subsequent computation of the FRFs of an assembly of such components from their individual FRFs. It supports test FRF components in the FBA process. Also it allows the FBA process to handle a single FRF component without any connection data. Such an FRF-based assembly process represents an alternative to component mode synthesis (or Modal Substructuring). This method also lends itself to tracking load paths or energy flows through a structure. This approach may be regarded as an alternative to mode participation studies. This latter feature, commonly referred as transfer path analysis (TPA). Note that this session is NOT a substitute for formal training.

Windpower Engineering: MSC Nastran delivers a broad range of new capabilities while accelerating performance

Engineering.com: 2014 Release of MSC Nastran & Patran

Engineering.com: MSC Product Manager Talks Apex Release

Manufacturing Business Technology: Reviving American Manufacturing

Wired: Succeeding in Product Development While Far Away from Headquarters

MSC Apex Helps Reduce Time Required to Clean Up and Mesh Geometry by 75%

Desktop Engineering: MSC Rethinks CAE Software with Apex

Adams Helps Unravel the Complexities of Hand Motion for Manipulation of Virtual Objects

Introduction to MSC Nastran 2014 and Patran 2014: Release Overview

MSC Nastran and Patran basics, Training via the MSC Learning Center

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