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UDE instance in ADAMS

UDE instance in ADAMS

UDE instance in ADAMS

Hello.. Does anyone know what are UDE instances in ANSA and their purpose??
For example, if I create a General Motion on a joint it will appear in database browser under the MOTIONS. owever, if I select from screen a revolute joint>press modify and then press impose motion, the motion will appear under the ALL Other/UDE instances list .. So what is the difference??
Whats the different between these two kinds of motions??

Thanks for your help  

RE: UDE instance in ADAMS

noone knows anything about it ?  sad

RE: UDE instance in ADAMS

I'm Sorry. I mean about ADAMS UDE instances if anyone knows about it.. smile What do u mean i'm going the wrong way about it ??  

RE: UDE instance in ADAMS

Bumps are rarely appreciated by a professional audience who are donating their time.

Why are you asking here rather than on the MSC support forums?

Create a simple model using each way of doing it and then export the adm code for each one. Comparison of the adm files will probably reveal a difference in numbering schemata, but no difference in functionality.



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