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Getting Started Using Adams/Driveline - MD Adams 2010

Getting Started Using Adams/Driveline - MD Adams 2010

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Getting Started Using Adams/Driveline
 
Getting Started Using Adams/Driveline2
Adams/Car - Driveline Module
This chapter includes the following sections:
 
3Adams/Car - Driveline Module
Configuring Adams/Driveline
Configuring Adams/Driveline
If you want to simulate assemblies with a comparably high number of degrees of freedom or modelingelements, before you start Adams/Driveline, you may have to enable Adams/Driveline to run larger models.If the available memory is not sufficient during a session, Adams/Solver, the analysis Driveline, promptsyou to increase a certain array size. To do so, you must first exit the session after saving your assembly,including the subsystems.
To set the memory size on Windows:
1.From the
Start
menu, point to
Programs
, point to
MSC.Software
, point to
MD Adams 2010
,and then select
Adams - Settings
.2.From the treeview on the left side, double-click 
AView
.3.Select
Preferences
.4.Click the
memSize
row and set the option menu to
huge
.5.Select
Apply
.6.From the treeview on the left, double-click 
ASolver
to expand it, and then select
Preferences
.7.Click the
memSize
row, and then set the pull-down menu to
huge
.8.Select
OK 
.
To set the memory size on UNIX:
1.At the command prompt, enter the command to start the Adams Toolbar, and then press
Enter
.The standard command is
mdadamsx
, where
is the version number, for example
mdadams2010
.The Adams Toolbar appears.2.From the
Adams Toolbar
, right-click the
Solver
tool , and then select
Change
 
Adams/Solver Settings
.3.Click the
memSize
row and set the option menu to
huge
.4.Select
OK 
.5.From the
Adams Toolbar
, right-click the
View
tool , and then select
Change
 
Adams/ViewSettings
.6.Click the
memSize
row and set the option menu to
huge
.7.Select
OK 
.

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