SimAcademy Webinar Archive: Adams View Scripting Examples in Python
The 2017 release of Adams View contains a new Python scripting API (Application Programming Interface). This ‘Phase 1’ of the Python scripting interface focuses on model creation capabilities; future releases will address post-processing tasks, automotive-specific functionality and more. In this seminar we will show a sampling of cmd scripts that have been converted to Python. This is not a comprehensive Python training session; the focus will be on comparing cmd & Python methodologies along with a quick Python introduction.
SimAcademy Webinar Archive: Analyzing Tuned Mass Dampers with Adams/Vibration
Adams is used to simulate highly non-linear mechanical systems across a wide range of industries, ranging from aerospace vehicles to medical devices to automobiles and robotic parts handling. These systems are generally solved in the time domain to capture the full spectrum of dynamic behaviour. Non-linear systems in Adams can also be linearized at any operating point using Adams/Linear; subsequent studies in the frequency domain are done using Adams/Vibration.