In this paper, the Multibody (MTB) model of a small size tracked vehicle for farming applications is shown. These machines may encounter several working scenarios in their operating life when equipped with different working tools. Moreover, they are used in unstructured environments that are very difficult to predict in terms of terrain conditions and slope. Depending on these factors, the actual tractive force may vary a lot requiring often a high number of field tests to qualify the vehicle performance. The numerical model built in MSC ADAMS, wants to be a software environment where several working conditions can be exploited considering the dynamic properties of the vehicle. This work focuses on the global kinematic behavior, considering the difference between imposed motion laws and the actual one.

Multibody simulation of a small size farming tracked vehicle / Mocera, Francesco; Nicolini, Andrea. - In: PROCEDIA STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY. - ISSN 2452-3216. - ELETTRONICO. - 8:(2018), pp. 118-125. ((Intervento presentato al convegno AIAS 2017 International Conference on Stress Analysis tenutosi a Pisa, Italy nel 6-9 September 2017 [10.1016/j.prostr.2017.12.013].

Multibody simulation of a small size farming tracked vehicle

Mocera, Francesco;NICOLINI, ANDREA
2018

Abstract

In this paper, the Multibody (MTB) model of a small size tracked vehicle for farming applications is shown. These machines may encounter several working scenarios in their operating life when equipped with different working tools. Moreover, they are used in unstructured environments that are very difficult to predict in terms of terrain conditions and slope. Depending on these factors, the actual tractive force may vary a lot requiring often a high number of field tests to qualify the vehicle performance. The numerical model built in MSC ADAMS, wants to be a software environment where several working conditions can be exploited considering the dynamic properties of the vehicle. This work focuses on the global kinematic behavior, considering the difference between imposed motion laws and the actual one.
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