ViveLab Ergo is a product of ViveLab Ergo Ltd.
ViveLab Ergo is a high-performance cloud computing innovative simulation system that is perfectly capable of modeling machines, robots and people moving in a given physical environment. Harmonizing the co-operation of these three elements in the industry's 4.0 era is an indispensable task. Using an anthropometric database containing millions of samples, it precisely models ninety-nine percent of human population's anthropometrical characteristics. It highlights the health-damaging effects of forced movements caused by incorrect workplace design using 7 built-in ergonomic analyzes: RULA, OWAS, NASA-OBI, ISO 11226, EN 1005-4, reachability zone, spaghetti diagram.
This technology can be used to ergonomic improvement of existing workstations, ergonomic design of new workstations, or ergonomic design of products. The user-friendly interface has been designed considering the most modern ergonomic viewpoints, which ensures that design engineers, work safety managers, HR specialists, or even creative designers can independently run or collaboration a team to run and evaluate simulations logging in from anywhere in the world.
This article describes an analysis of the performance of a hot water distribution piping network consisting of a main boiler and various utilities inside an automotive paint shop based in France. The simulation is performed using Flownex, a CFD (computational fluid dynamics) software with concentrated parameters.
In this technical article, a CFD study of various designs for four different specialty tractors: two brands of specialty tractors for vineyard configurations, and two brands of specialty tractors for orchard configurations, are described.
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The car is designed to race on the ultra-flat Salt Flats in Bonneville, Utah. The racecar weighs less than 500kg so increasing the downforce was critical. Reducing aerodynamic drag was also critical due to the power requirements of the racecar.
This technical case study describes how the ROPS and FOPS of a tractor were numerically studied in the early design phase to ensure compliance with OECD Standard Code 4 (for the cabin’s resistance to longitudinal, lateral and vertical energy or force) and Code 10 (for overhead protection from falling objects).
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The model contains both rigid and flexible bodies: the pin was modelled using the proprietary Full Flex technology which includes a Finite Element body in the dynamic simulation.
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