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Analysis of Multi-Body Systems using FEM and MBS

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Elastische Komponenten in MKS-Tools am Beispiel von alaska

P. Maißer, U. Jungnickel, T. Grund (Institut für Mechatronik e.V.)

Investigation of the Structure Borne Noise Behaviourof a Diesel Hydraulic Driveline Using FEM and MBS

T. Walter (Voith Turbo GmbH & Co.KG.)

Multi-Body-System-Software – Application and Requirements at Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG

B. Buck, S. Mutschall, T. Schaeffer (Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG)

Samcef Mecano: eine Technologie für MKS/FE Integration

P. Morelle (Samtech Deutschland GmbH)

Simulation of the Locking Mechanism of an Injection-Moulding Clamp Unit

C. Hostert, S. Maas, A. Zürbes (Université du Luxembourg); R. Nordmann (TU Darmstadt); H. Kollmeier (Husky Injection Molding Systems S.A.)

Kopplung von MKS und FEM in der Vorentwicklung – Vorstellung einer CAD-integrierten Lösung in Catia V5

H. Staufenberg (MSC.Software GmbH)

Application of Elastic Bodies in the Durability Simulation of Vehicles: Methods, Examples and Open Questions

A. Lion (Volkswagen AG)

Lifetime Calculation With the Aid of a Virtual Test Rig

S. Dietz (Intec GmbH)

Damage Analysis by Means of Coupling MBS and Flexible FEM-Structures

R. Stenger, A. Skiadas, U. Warnecke (Adam Opel AG)

Integrierte FEM-MKS-Analyse der Betriebsfestigkeit von Fahrwerken mit LMS Virtual.Lab

C. Lenz, V. B. Koettgen, M. Hack (LMS International)

Bewertung komplexer Systeme bzgl. Festigkeits- und NVH-Verhalten basierend auf der Kombination von FEM und MKS

C. Ortmann (MSC.Software GmbH)

Topology Optimization of Dynamically Loaded Parts in Mechanical Systems: Coupling of MBS, FEM, and Structural Optimization

P. Häußler, J. Minx, D. Emmrich (IPEK Institute for Product Development, University of Karlsruhe); P. Allinger (FE-Design GmbH)

Optimization of a Parallel Kinematic Machine Tool through Combination of Hybrid Multi Body Simulation and Topology Optimization – Possibilities and Limits of a New Method

J. Fleischer, A. Broos, J. P. Schmidt-Ewig (wbk Institute of Production Science, University of Karlsruhe)

Abaqus in Multi-Body Simulations

M. Küssner (Abaqus Deutschland GmbH)

Simulation of Adaptive Systems with Elastic Multibody Dynamics

J. Wuchatsch, U. Gabbert (University of Magdeburg)

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Event Type: Seminar
Location: Wiesbaden Germany
Date: October 27, 2004