Machine design software analysis package
MSC Software Corporation's Adams/Machinery 2013.2 is a customized analysis software package specifically focused on machine design for industrial, automotive, and machinery markets.
MSC Software Corporation's Adams/Machinery 2013.2 is a customized analysis software package that is fully incorporated in the Adams/View environment and specifically focused on machine design. It allows users to quickly build functional virtual prototypes from common machinery components such as Gears, Bearings, Pulley-Belts, Sprocket-Chains, Cables, and Motors; and to predict system dynamic responses.
Adams/Machinery 2013.2 has a virtual prototyping solution for machinery design with a comprehensive suite of machine component libraries including chains, gears, belts, bearings, cables, and a new electric motor module. Adams/Machinery is developed for engineers working in industries such as Industrial Machinery, Heavy Industry, Automotive, Aerospace and other equipment markets.
Engineers can use Adams/Machinery to optimize existing designs or to predict system performance of new designs. The modeling time for machine components and systems has been significantly reduced for engineers (up to 80%) through built-in wizards and automation of dozens of element types and part connections that in the past had to be hand scripted by specialists.
One of the key benefits of Adams/Machinery is that it can be used before CAD and embedded kinematic analysis tools to give users an accurate assessment of system level dynamic responses. The wizard-driven modeling environment means that Machinery models can be created prior to CAD information being available. Adams/Machinery drives and complements your CAD solution by giving you a high fidelity customized solution for solving component specific problems in the context of full system-level dynamics simulations.
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