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Vehicle stability design software

Vehicle stability design software

(OP)
Hello all -

Can anyone recommend software for the following -

Custom articulated vehicles
Suspension design parameters
Rollover (SRT/stability) design
Solid or liquid cargo

Regards

RE: Vehicle stability design software

MSC ADAMS covers the first 3 and solid cargos. Dynamic sloshing of tanks is an interesting case, you may be able to get an adequate simulation using an equivalent mechanism, or you may need to go to a co simulation with a CFD package.

Cheers

Greg Locock


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RE: Vehicle stability design software

(OP)
Thanks Greg

Adams - I was leaning in that direction.

Looks like it integrates well with CFD.

Already a user of mech sim, ansys and space gass.

Might have to get this one under my belt too.

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