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Modifying rack and pinion steering system hardpoints...

Modifying rack and pinion steering system hardpoints...

Modifying rack and pinion steering system hardpoints...

(OP)
hi

i have modified steering a default Adams/car steering model and i get a steering test in a front suspension model...

the parameters are normal, the suspension has no problems when i tested it separately.

when i modify intermediate shafts hardpoints to the location of the vehicle model, the Adams suspension analysis simulation encounters problems and the adams/car model closes and the window shows "Not responding"... so i can't see where the error happens...

but i know it happens when i modify the intermediate rear and forward shafts hardpoint locations...

also the pinion pivot itself encounters a warning when i change its hardpoint location but the simulation completes...

can you help me through this???

it is annoying. is there another way like changing the joints in the template so the steering can steer to the value of the angle that i want???

appreciate your help

these are steering system hardpoints:



also the excel file for a quick copy paste:

RE: Modifying rack and pinion steering system hardpoints...

(OP)
i'd like to know how this problem can be solved...

can this be solved by replacing the steering column joints or rather by changing steering hardpoint locations???

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