ADM740 - Vehicle Modeling and Simulation using Adams/Car

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Experienced Adams user can learn how to automate the process of performing general and customized vehicle simulations. This is taught using built-in tools that allow for the creation of fully parameterized and modularized vehicle models in the Adams/Car environment.
Length: 
4 days
Pre-requisites : 
  • Basic Adams Full Simulation Course
  • General vehicle knowledge (vehicle dynamics, suspension design, etc.) preferred
Topics: 
  • Description about user modes and data hierarchy
  • Overview of database hierarchy
  • Learning the concept of subsystems and assemblies
  • Create new suspension and full vehicle models
  • Create user specific events with the Driving Machine
  • Setup suspension and full vehicle simulations
  • How to use handling and durability tire
  • Perform suspension and full vehicle simulations
  • Create plot configuration files
  • Good practice in creating a fully parametric vehicle model
  • Create and modify templates
  • Create and modify different type of parts
  • Learn how to use communicators
  • Learn how to create new requests within the same subsystem as well as between different subsystems
  • Create and modify different property files
  • Create and modify automotive elements such as spring, dampers, bushings, bumpstop, etc.
  • Overview on how to implement flexible bodies