Simulation of drive systems
Mechanical drive systems are the core unit of most stationary and mobile machinery, machine tools, and all kinds of plants and vehicles. The engineering challenges include high speed and precise positioning requirements, depending on the type of machine. Simulation enables you to quickly come up with reliable drivetrain designs at reasonable costs for a broad range of machines – as a profitable tool for efficient commissioning and optimization. Increase the efficiency of the entire powertrain from the engine through the driving shafts and transmission down to the output shaft. A fast and reliable way to verify the behavior of the system in steady state is to run a frequency-domain steady-state analysis. Steady-state calculations are required by many licensing and certification procedures to prove a system's robustness.