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ADAMS (crank-slider mechanism - Conrod)

ADAMS (crank-slider mechanism - Conrod)

ADAMS (crank-slider mechanism - Conrod)


Dear Fellows

I am currently working on my assignment crank-slider mechanism - conrod. I have to use ADAMS to Simulate the model and establish the fatigue load of a component.

Can please someone tell me how to do it? i am not familiar to ADAMS, so I also, wants to learn this software and don't know where to begin from.

The model already created on ADAMS, I just need to simulate and establish the fatigue load of a component.

any help will be grateful.


RE: ADAMS (crank-slider mechanism - Conrod)

i do appreciate for the reply and informing me by send those sites. I would like to clear something, I only came here to seek help from those who are quite good at ADAM and can actually give me advise or suggestions as where to start from, means where can i start to learn ADAMS. Hence i will be able to do my assignment. I have specified the assignment title but I would appreciate if someone can actually help or tell me how to learn ADAMS.

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