Multibody Dynamics [electronic resource] : Computational Methods and Applications / edited by Juan Carlos García Orden, José M. Goicolea, Javier Cuadrado.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Computational Methods in Applied Sciences: 4Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2007Description: VII, 295 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402056840Subject(s): Engineering | Vibration | Industrial engineering | Engineering | Vibration, Dynamical Systems, Control | Numerical and Computational Methods in Engineering | Machinery and Machine Elements | Industrial and Production EngineeringAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 620 LOC classification: TA355TA352-356Online resources: Click here to access online
Modelling Multi-Body Systems Using the Master-Slave Approach -- Aspects of Contact Problems in Computational Multibody Dynamics -- On the Stabilizing Properties of Energy-Momentum Integrators and Coordinate Projections for Constrained Mechanical Systems -- Analysis and Improved Methods for the Error Estimation of Numerical Solutions in Solid and Multibody Dynamics -- A DAE Formulation for the Dynamic Analysis and Control Design of Cranes Executing Prescribed Motions of Payloads -- Neural-Augmented Planning and Tracking Pilots for Maneuvering Multibody Dynamics -- Computational and Design Aspects in Multibody Software Development -- Engineering Education in Multibody Dynamics -- Rollover Tendency in Embankment and Ramp Maneuvers with Ground Contact -- Aircraft Subsystems Modelling Using Different MBS Formalisms -- Modelling of Joint Friction in Robotic Manipulators with Gear Transmissions -- Multibody Dynamics of Biomechanical Models for Human Motion via Optimization -- From Multibody Dynamics to Multidisciplinary Applications.
MultibodyDynamicsrepresentsachallengingareaofmechanicalengineeringboth fromthepointofviewofmathematicalandcomputermodelsaswellasfromthatof theapplications.Duringthelastyearstherehavebeensigni?cantcontributionsinthe ?eld,duetowhichincreasedmaturityhasbeenreachedintheoreticalmodelsaswell as in the availability of ef?cient commercial software. Furthermore,important- provementshavebeenachievedinthecouplingwithComputerAidedDesign(CAD) software, as well as with Finite Element Methods (FEM). Nevertheless, important contributionsremaintobeperformedbythescienti?candengineeringcommunity. Within the topics related to methods and models, open developmentareas include contact and impact, control and mechatronics, real-time simulation, optimization, ?exiblemultibodysystems,timeintegrationschemesandsoftwaredevelopment.As regardsapplications,currentareasofinterestincluderoboticsandwalkingmachines, vehicle dynamics, aerospace, biomechanics, multidisciplinary applications and,- nally,education. The ECCOMAS Thematic Conference Multibody Dynamics 2005 was held in Madrid from the 21st to the 24th of June, representing the second edition of a series which began in Lisbon 2003. The conference was held under the a- picesoftheEuropeanCommunityonComputationalMethodsinAppliedSciences ECCOMAS(www.eccomas.org). Thisconferenceprovidedaforumfordiscussion of several topics, through the participation of 161 researchers from 29 countries, mostlyEuropeansbutalsofromAfrica,AmericaandAsia. This book contains the revised and extended versions of selected conference communications,representingthestate-of-the-artintheadvancesoncomputational multibody models, from the most abstract mathematical developmentsto practical engineering applications. We feel that this book will be highly valuable for those experiencedresearchersthatwanttokeepupdatedonthedetailsofthelatestdriving ideas in this ?eld, but also to researchers approaching the ?eld for the ?rst time, sinceitprovidesausefuloverviewofthemostactiveareasandtheeffortsdevoted bymanyprominentresearchgroupsworldwide. JuanCarlosGarcía-Orden,JoséMaríaGoicoleaandJavierCuadrado June2006 vii ModellingMulti-BodySystemsUsingthe Master–SlaveApproach 1 2 GordanJelenic ´ andJoséJ.Muñoz 1 DepartmentofCivilEngineering,UniversityofRijeka,Rijeka,RepublicofCroatia; E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org 2 DepartmentofAppliedMathematicsIII,PolytechnicUniversityofCatalonia,Barcelona, Spain;E-mail:email@example.com Abstract. Many engineering structures involve some type of kinematic joints. Modelling suchstructuresthereforerepresentsastaticordynamicmulti-bodyproblem,beitdeployment andretractionofroofs,domes,satelliteaerialsorrocketwings[25,27,28,30,41,49,55,63], actuation of serial robot arms and parallel platforms and dynamics of rotating machinery [8, 20, 42, 43, 47, 61, 64, 65], operation of ?exible mechanisms including suspension s- tems,steeringmechanisms,railwaycollectingpantographs[23,39,40,46,54],orsomeother engineeringmulti-bodyproblem.