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Adams/Car Anti-roll Bar

Adams/Car Anti-roll Bar

(OP)
Hello,

I am building a suspension geometry for the FSAE competition and I have a problem. The anti-roll bar does not work in the simulation. I have built the communicatoes and the joints but it does not work. Can anybody help? Thank you in advance!

RE: Adams/Car Anti-roll Bar

(OP)

RE: Adams/Car Anti-roll Bar

Hi,

Did you overtake the issue ?
Long time ago I received same error, but take a look at the model from "acar". If I remember well, then it was something about deactivated mount parts.

Also check the matching name between CIL(R) and COL(R).

RE: Adams/Car Anti-roll Bar

(OP)
Hello,

yes!It took me some time of checking and changing communicators and everything and then I found out that the problem was a missing fixed joint.
Thanks for the advice though!

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