The design of mechatronic machines and systems today can have diverse and sophisticated technologies based on the appropriate use of computer-aided tools. Thus, there is a need for cross-functional capabilities, ranging from CAE tools to experimental evaluations, that enable rapid comparison of the effectiveness of endless possible design solutions.
The study of vibration represents a major issue in applied machine mechanics. Vibration problems generally occur in mechanical systems subjected to high-dynamic motions or forcings, such as rotors with imbalance and reciprocating mechanisms.
ANALYSIS OF MULTI-BODY SYSTEM
Multibody systems are mechanical systems consisting of multiple rigid or deformable bodies that are subject to relative motion due to the deformability of the bodies themselves or due to the presence of various types of kinematic torques and relative constraints.
DYNAMICS OF CONTINUOUS SYSTEM
The analysis of mechanical components or even systems that exhibit significant deformations during operation makes the investigation much more difficult compared to conventional rigid body models. The MoM group addresses this type of problem by developing numerical models based on the use of commercial software tools or by developing specific numerically solved analytical models.