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Best practices and teamwork for student competitions

Introduction to Contact Modeling

Posted by Christoph Hahn,

Today I have the great pleasure to introduce my colleague Sebastian Castro as guest blogger. He will be sharing an “Introduction to Contact Modeling”. Sebastian, the stage is yours!
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In this post, I will talk about simulating mechanical contact with Simulink®, Simscape™, and Simscape Multibody™.
Motivation
Modeling mechanical contact can be… read more >>

Introducing the team – Part 2

Posted by Christoph Hahn,

This blog post is the second and final part introducing the MathWorks student competition team. We are 8 folks located in Boston (US), Cambridge (UK) and Munich (DE) with a key mission to equip student teams around the globe with software, training, and mentoring to tackle the same technical issues as professional… read more >>

Introducing the team – Part 1

Posted by Christoph Hahn,

In this blog post I have the great pleasure to introduce the MathWorks student competition team. We are 8 folks located in Boston (US), Cambridge (UK) and Munich (DE) with a key mission to equip student teams around the globe with software, training, and mentoring to tackle the same technical… read more >>

Import CAD assemblies to Simscape Multibody™ 6

Posted by Christoph Hahn,

With this post, let me talk about 3D multibody simulation and specifically focus on getting CAD data into a simulation environment.
Motivation
Vehicle dynamics engineers want to simulate dynamic behavior of their suspension designs during early stages of development. They may ask questions such as “Can we keep the roll center between certain… read more >>

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