Universal Mechanism

Program package ”Universal Mechanism” is intended for simulation of kinematics and dynamics of planar and spatial mechanical systems. The program is oriented to practical engineers, students and teachers, in other words it is oriented to all people who are involved in problems of dynamics of machines and mechanisms. Mechanical systems are described by means of representing them as systems of rigid bodies connected by various kinematical pairs and force elements, so-called multibody systems. Online animation of motion and plots of dynamical performances are available during simulation. There are lots of measurable dynamical performances of mechanical systems: linear and angular coordinates, velocities and accelerations, active forces and moments, reaction forces, etc.

References in zbMATH (referenced in 1 article , 1 standard article )

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  1. Golubev, Yu.F.; Koryanov, V.V.: An insectomorphic robot climbing over a freely rolling ball (2014)


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