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Problems with full vehicle analysis

Problems with full vehicle analysis

Problems with full vehicle analysis

Hi everyone,
I am new to ADAMS, I am trying to do a full vehicle analysis for my mini baja buggy. I have created the front and rear suspension templates by myself. I also tested these by performing suspension analysis on them. When I tried doing a full vehicle analysis I get an error message which says that the largest error was in model.testrig.sse.diff1. So, I thought the problem was with my templates and created a new vehicle assembly from the subsystems provided with the software I still got the same error. But, when I opened the full vehicle assemblies provided with the software and performed analysis on it, I got no error. I hope someone can help me out with this.
thank you.

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