Adding realistic loads in

LMS Virtual.Lab Motion

with bulk material simulation

ON-DEMAND

WEBINAR

Multi-body dynamics tools such as LMS Virtual.Lab Motion from Siemens PLM Software are often used in the design of heavy equipment such as excavators, ploughs and dozers. In order for engineers to get confidence in the structural durability and the design performance it is critical to get an accurate representation of the loads acting on a system.


In this webinar, we will look at the challenges of designing heavy equipment and discuss traditional approaches to obtaining material loads as well as their limitations. We will introduce an alternative using bulk material simulation technology and provide an overview of ‘EDEM for LMS Virtual.Lab Motion’ - a tool that enables engineers to include realistic material loads directly and easily in their multi-body solution.


Want to increase design accuracy and reduce assumptions & cost of physical prototyping? Register now!

  • Challenges of Heavy Equipment Design
  • Traditional approaches for calculating material loads
  • Getting realistic loads with bulk material simulation
  • Benefits of using EDEM technology with LMS Virtual.Lab Motion
  • Application examples
  • Introducing ‘EDEM for LMS Virtual.Lab Motion': Overview & Workflow
  • Q&A

Webinar Contents:

Duration: 30 minutes & time for questions

Presenter: Dr. Marina Sousani, Engineer, EDEM


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This webinar was last presented live on 

5 December, 2017

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