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Authors: POPESCU, Diana Ioana
Keywords: computer simulation
dynamic motion
3D models
vibrating systems
Issue Date: Oct-2005
Publisher: Transilvania University Press of Braşov
Series/Report no.: COMEC 2005;1-6
Abstract: The theoretical study of vibrating systems is often very complex, demanding considerable mathematical work. In order to simplify the mathematical model, some assumptions may be accepted, with the drawback of making results less accurate. An alternative is the use of modern software tools that have enhanced modelling, analysis and simulation capabilities to control dynamic systems. They provide an intuitive manner for presenting the vibratory phenomenon that governs the working parameters of the equipment. In this paper 3D simulation studies for vibrating systems driven by unbalance vibration exciters are presented. The aim is to point out that 3D computer simulations provide a very efficient educational tool and also provide an easy, accurate and timesaving tool for testing products before physical manufacturing.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/908
ISBN: 973 - 635 - 593 – 4
Appears in Collections:COMEC 2005

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