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what format does msc adamas use to read splines?

what format does msc adamas use to read splines?

what format does msc adamas use to read splines?

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Dear community, I am trying to model a single-component force with input from a spline created from an array during the simulation I get this error.
The format of the array is CSV, what is the format that MSC Adams recognize?

please help me and thank you for your time




WARNING: The file specified in SPLINE/2 is in an unrecognizable format.
A user subroutine "Spline_read" is needed.
ERROR: The user library "Spline_read" could not be located. These name(s) were searched for: Spline_read, libSpline_read, Spline_read.dll, libSpline_read.dll. They were not located in the path list;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\\win64;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\\vibration;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\\vibration\win64;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\\win64;C:\Program Files\MSC.Software\Adams\2020_711253\win64\uconfg_extralg;C:\Program Files\MSC.Software\Adams\2020_711253\win64;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\win64\uconfg_extralg;C:\Program Files\MSC.Software\Adams\2020_711253\win64;C:\Program Files\MSC.Software\Adams\2020_711253\common\win64\matlab\bin\win64;C:\Program Files\MSC.Software\Adams\2020_711253\bin;unknown\bin;unknown\bin\client;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\richclient\SCA_Kernel\WIN8664\lib;unknown\bin\server;C:\PROGRA~1\MSC~1.SOF\Adams\2020_7~1\viewflex\mdss\WIN8664\msc20200\win64i8\lib;C
ERROR: Model did not pass verification phase.

RE: what format does msc adamas use to read splines?

(OP)
Greg I created the spline from a csv file , but it seems that adams does not recognize this format

RE: what format does msc adamas use to read splines?

I don't know how important it is to calculate spline values during simulation. Why not import the data ahead of time using File - Import - Test data and then use the CUBSPL function to change the force according to that spline?

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