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Auto Des Ing Simple Examples for V7R2

Auto Des Ing Simple Examples for V7R2

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Published by wcae
This is tutorial of RecurDyn/AutoDesign with RecurDyn version V7R2.
This is tutorial of RecurDyn/AutoDesign with RecurDyn version V7R2.

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Published by: wcae on Dec 18, 2008
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Part I.
Simple Example for AutoDesign2009Institute of Design OptimizationFunctionBay Inc
Sample-A: Three-ball contact problem
In order to explain the basic function of AutoDesign, let‟s solve a simple design problem. The
design model consists of three balls. The yellow & the blue ball are fixed on ground. When the redball is thrown with an initial velocity, the red ball should be contacted with the yellow ball and gothrough the blue ball as near as possible.1.
Next, the refined optimization is explained to find more accurate results. This design uses thesimulation results to solve the former design problem.6.
 Finally, in order to explain the
characteristics of Meta-model based optimization. The final approachemploys another design formulation, which represents the contact phenomenon by minimizing AR3.
Model Definition
The contact between the red ball and the yellow ball is defined but is not done between the redball and blue ball, because the blue ball is just the target point. The design variables are the initialvelocity of red ball along x-direction and the contact stiffness coefficient in the contact forcebetween the red and the yellow balls. Now, for the red ball to pass the nearest way to the centerof the blue ball, what can you define as the design objective and constraints?To do this, the design system is molded as follows:Figure A-1-1. MBD Model of the ball contact design problemThe below is the procedure for defining the balls, joint and contact force shown in Figure A-1-1.1.
Make balls shown in Figure A-1-1
using „
‟ icon in the body module
Fixed the Yellow ball and the Blue ball with ground using the ‟ 
‟ joint in the joint
module folder.3.
Define the contact force between the red ball and the yellow ball using the "
Sphere ToSphere
" contact in the contact module folder.

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