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Vibration Analysis

Vibration Analysis

Vibration Analysis


I thank this forum for it has resolved a lot of my issues and I have learned a lot from it and I appreciate the people who give help for free and without anything in return .

my question is about the vibration analysis :

is it possible to run vibration analysis for a model that has been co-simulates with Simulink ? ( after the Co-Simulation with Simulink )

thanks a lot

RE: Vibration Analysis

hi I have the same question would someone please answer this one ??

RE: Vibration Analysis

I don't know why ??? but people here aren't responsive anymore

maybe I have done something bad that I don't know about ….

RE: Vibration Analysis

(a) wrong forum. There is an ADAMS forum forum823: MSC.Software: ADAMS
(b) your questions tend to be badly phrased, impenetrable, and without sufficient detail
(c) MSC ADAMS has its own support desk, and discussion groups, on the MSC site. Instead of being exposed to a handful of ADAMS users, you will be interacting with hundreds or thousands.


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