Damping is a reactive and dissipative force that is proportional to
velocity. Forces in AnyScript can be specified as mathematical
expressions, and they can depend on kinematics.
So it is quite easy to define a force that is proportionl to any
velocity in the model by simply writing
F = (some function of some velocity found in the model tree)
in an AnyForce object.
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, "Madu sudanan" <hellomadu@...>
> Hi all
> I am Madu from NY, USA doing my Master's in Mechanical Engineering.
> started working with AnyBody recently and I am going through the
> In the process I went through the 2D bike model. I need to know is
> anyway by which we can provide some kind of damping effect to this
> esp. at crank joint. I also studied in a paper (not sure about the
> source) that it is possible. But I am not sure how it is done in
> anybody can answer this it will be helpful.
> Thanks for your time.
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