# Research and Education

Here you can find video examples from the field of research and education. They are concerned with topics of a more theoretical nature or illustrate general concepts.

E-Drive

### E-Drive Bike Kinematics with ASOMv7

Modeling of a basic E-Drive for a bicycle.

Arrow

### Bow and arrow with ASOM

Experimental example for bow and arrow, animated and computed in the kinematics software ASOMv7.

Friction cone

### Kinematics example: friction cone and self-locking

Basic kinematics example for self-locking under force-dependent friction. Friction occurs between a vertical guideway and a fork with a mass in the center of gravity and two contact points on the guideway. This friction is described in each case by a coefficient of friction or a friction value in the two sliding bearings, which, for

Block and tackle

### Basic kinematics example for an idealized block and tackle

Here, a block and tackle is combined with a linear guide. The ratios between stroke and path length and the required forces are computed in compressed time.

Table

### Kinematic and kinetostatic analysis of a table being pushed

This example created with the kinematics software ASOMv7 shows how the normal forces in the two table legs change or adapt when a horizontal force is applied to move the table.

Force-dependent friction

### Forces on a sloping plane with force-dependent friction

Idealized kinematics example with a block that rests on a plane and can be moved with a corresponding actuating force.

Excel

### Excel-Export and Import

This video shows an example for the export of simulation data from ASOM v7 to Excel.

Toggle switch

### Toggle Switch

Example for the kinematics of a toggle switch using the kinematics software ASOM v7.

Cylinder piston

### Piston Two-Stroke Engine

Example for the calculation of bearing forces on a cylinder piston.

Sensor field

### Kinetostatic Sensor Field

In this example of a four bar system generated ‘on-the-fly’ multiple manual force curves are determined in real time. The concept is also applicable to other multi-bar systems. The kinematic analysis can be extended, e.g. to the determination of the corresponding bearing forces.

Interactive

### Interactive Two-Point Synthesis

This example illustrates the principle of an interactive Two-Point Synthesis carried out with the kinematics software ASOMv7 for a multi-bar system.