RecurDyn

An innovative Multibody Dynamics based CAE software

RecurDyn is a superior Multibody Dynamics solution with exceptional contact technology and powerful solver for large scale multibody models with multiple contacts and flexible bodies.

RecurDyn is an intuitive, easy to use solution that allows users to easily adapt and customise the application development environment to streamline complicated and tedious tasks.

RecurDyn combines the power of an optimized recursive solver with superior contact technology, providing best-in-class simulation performances. The effectiveness of RecurDyn really comes out when approaching large-scale multibody models, including multiple contacts and flexible bodies. Along with the powerful solver, RecurDyn features a natural Windows-based User Interface which is intuitive and easy to use, as well as a custom application development environment which enables users to automate complicated and/or tedious tasks.

RecurDyn is a product of FunctionBay Inc.

RecurDyn

A superior Multibody Dynamics solution with exceptional contact technology and powerful solver for large scale multibody models with multiple contacts and flexible bodies.

RecurDyn

A superior Multibody Dynamics solution with exceptional contact technology and powerful solver for large scale multibody models with multiple contacts and flexible bodies.

Main Benefits

  Reduce the risk of expensive prototypes failing by understanding the feasibility of your system model

  Ensure quality and reliability with extended insight to confidently make design decisions

  Increase productivity to meet highly demanding design specifications within short time frames

 

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CASE STUDY

Improving a coffee capsule machine’s capacity and performance using multibody simulation

Improvements achieved by optimizing laws of motion governing machine components

This technical article describes a project undertaken by OPEM to optimize and validate the laws of motion governing the moving operations of a machine that produces coffee capsules, namely the cut and weld unit, the film feeder, the conveyor and the support structure.

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The courses, designed by EnginSoft, are tailored to enable our clients to become effective in the shortest possible time. This is why the sessions presenting the functionality are alternated with hands-on sessions, where participants start working on simple case studies and then on an actual, practical examples.

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CASE STUDY

Gluers

Studying the dynamics of cam mechanisms is crucial to ensure reliable, efficient and fast machines

In this example, a gluer machine was studied using RecurDyn

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CASE STUDY

Plastic Film Dragging

The dynamics of flexible bodies as they interactthrough contact with other bodies

In this example, these features were tested by simulating the motion of a very thin plastic film (32µm) being dragged by two rollers.

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CASE STUDY

Improving a coffee capsule machine’s capacity and performance using multibody simulation

Improvements achieved by optimizing laws of motion governing machine components

This technical article describes a project undertaken by OPEM to optimize and validate the laws of motion governing the moving operations of a machine that produces coffee capsules, namely the cut and weld unit, the film feeder, the conveyor and the support structure.

consumer-goods multibody recurdyn food-beverage mechanics

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