This course will teach you how to design mechanisms using an existing assembly. You will also learn how to simulate and analyze the mechanisms for clashes. DMU Kinematics Simulator 2 (KIN) also simulates mechanism motion easily with Automatically generates mechanism: Constraints defined in CATIA Assembly. Using the CATIA DMU Kinematics Tools – Part 1 This Allows Simulation – which can be run and used to generate Reruns and “Movies”; Lastly Simulate with.
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Analyzes mechanism motion dynamically: During a simulation with laws, it is possible to plot sensors according to Time but this functionality also offers the possibility to plot a sensor according to another sensor.
CATIA – DMU Kinematics Simulator
DMU Kinematics Simulator 2 provides users the ability to define a point in a moving part and generate its trace in order to design cams.
The data used to create the full digital mock-up may come from any number of supported data formats, including: The laws can be graphically visualized.
Addressing people involved in activities ranging from the design of mechanisms to the functional verification of mechanisms, DMU Kinematics Simulator 2 KIN is targeted for all types kinemattics industries. The user can replay a motion simulation, or save it as a video file. It generates the trace or the swept volume of a moving part to drive further design.
Allows automation of mechanism creation and simulation through Visual Basic macro programming. The swept volume can be reused in the clash analysis to check, during the digital mockup evolution, that the mechanism can still be operated.
DMU Kinematics Simulator
Records motion analysis’ results: This ability enhances the study of a mechanism offering a better way to qualify its behavior, or to improve its design. DMU Kinematics Simulator 2 simu,ator interference and clearance checking as well as computing the minimum distance.
Users can browse and simulate V4 mechanisms involving multiple parts. The user has also the possibility to upgrade V4 mechanisms into V5 mechanisms. The user can define and verify joint limits travel limits or joint stops allowing to guide the design of the assembly and the design inside the mechanism.
The kinematics simulation and associated kinematics analysis functions are identical whatever data format is used. Define, simulate, and analyze mechanisms for digital kinematocs of all sizes.
CATIA – DMU Kinematics Simulator
For example, users can simulate and synchronize un-mounting procedures with a kinematics motion when both the DMU Kinematics Simulator 2 and DMU Fitting Simulator 2 products are installed.
Product Highlights Automatically generates mechanisms from mechanical assembly constraints defined in ASD allowing quick and easy definition of mechanisms Simulates mechanism motion in order to validate mechanisms Analyzes mechanism motion dynamically with visual feedback by checking limits and interferences, and computing minimal distances Records motion analysis results to increase accessibility of simulation results Generates useful information such as traces and swept volumes to be taken into account for further design modifications Allows automation of mechanism creation and simulation through Kinemattics Basic macro programming Allows combined simulations through the integration with other DMU catua Simulates and analyzes mechanisms involving any multi-CAD parts Preserves V4 customers’ investment in Kinematics definition through V4 data integration Product Key Customer Benefits 3D Mechanism based on: Preserves V4 customers’ investment: Associativity is supported between the created mechanism and the used geometry for most of joint types.
All information related to the mechanism definition can be displayed degrees of freedom, types of joints, etc. A user can run for instance the simulation of an engine and plot the position of an inlet valve according to the rotation of the crankshaft.
Product Overview DMU Kinematics Simulator 2 KIN defines mechanisms for kinekatics mock-ups of siumlator sizes using a wide variety of joint types, or by generating them automatically from mechanical assembly constraints. A ‘stop on collision’ option freezes the motion for detailed analysis. During mock-up design review, users do not only need to view simulated kinematics motion but also analyze the mechanism’s consistency with the functional specifications.