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how can you define a measure for the angle between the coordinate system component ( x, y, z )

how can you define a measure for the angle between the coordinate system component ( x, y, z )

how can you define a measure for the angle between the coordinate system component ( x, y, z )

(OP)
hello

I know that one of the coordinate components ( such as x ) that is the marker of that part , changes by an angle during simulation …

how can I define a measure to between the vector components of that coordinate system to give me the angle …

I have tried the angle measure in Adams/View but it gives me a constant zero value after the simulation .

for more information :

i'm trying to find the wheel angle of a vehicle so I use this marker :



i define the tips of the angles and vertex of the angle the same because i know that only the x component is changing …



am i doing something wrong ?

how should i define the angle so i could measure the wheel angle during the simulation ???

thanks

RE: how can you define a measure for the angle between the coordinate system component ( x, y, z )

With that setup you are measuring the rotation of a marker with respect to itself, in its own coordinate frame. Not likely to be successful.

So pick each end of the stub axle and take it from there.

Cheers

Greg Locock


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RE: how can you define a measure for the angle between the coordinate system component ( x, y, z )

(OP)
thanks a lot

i'll try that and let you know

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