This example shows how to implement joint friction for revolute joints in kinematic models in ASOM. With the aid of joint friction elements, a pin diameter and a friction coefficient can be managed for each revolute joint.
This example of a rolling bridge in ASOM v10 demonstrates how variants in the extended motion control and multiple shadow previews can help you better understand a model without having to play back the simulation completely after each modification.
In cases where a third plane condition is not offered by a synthesis, you can, for example, alternatively use our script system together with diagrams, to check in real time how well a middle plane condition is met.
Use the new manual force element in ASOMmini (version 1.1 and higher) to see in real time how the necessary manual force to drive your system with its pre-defined motion profile develops while changes are made.