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use tire/road and flex body in the same time in adams view software

use tire/road and flex body in the same time in adams view software

use tire/road and flex body in the same time in adams view software

(OP)
hi
i modeled a mechanism in adams/view that contains road and tires and simulating gives good answers.
but when making one of the parts flexible , adams dont recognize contact between tires and road and mechanism passes from road.
can somebody help me?
thanks

RE: use tire/road and flex body in the same time in adams view software

I can't think of any reason why that would happen that is unique to that combination. It sounds as if your flex part is the cause. Have you tried running it with debug on?

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RE: use tire/road and flex body in the same time in adams view software

(OP)
yes

RE: use tire/road and flex body in the same time in adams view software

(OP)
hi
is it possible to show the stresses and strains that adams view calculate for a flexible body?
how?
can some one help me?

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