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Energetically consistent simulation of simultaneous impacts and contacts in multibody systems with friction. (English) Zbl 1189.70006
Summary: This paper presents a methodology for treating energy consistency when considering simultaneous impacts and contacts with friction in the simulation of systems of interconnected bodies. Hard impact and contact is considered where deformation of the impacting surfaces is negligible. The proposed approach uses a discrete algebraic model of impact in conjunction with moment and tangential coefficients of restitution (CORs) to develop a general impact law for determining post-impact velocities. This process depends on impulse-momentum theory, the complementarity conditions, a principle of maximum dissipation, and the determination of contact forces and post-impact accelerations. The proposed methodology also uses an energy-modifying COR to directly control the system’s energy profile over time. The key result is that different energy profiles yield different results and thus energy consistency should be considered carefully in the development of dynamic simulations. The approach is illustrated on a double pendulum, considered to be a benchmark case, and a bicycle structure.

70E55 Dynamics of multibody systems
70F35 Collision of rigid or pseudo-rigid bodies
70F40 Problems involving a system of particles with friction
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