MBDyn has been developed to serve as an analysis tool for rotorcraft
It has been used in the past, and is currently used, in a number
of research projects, partly funded by the
"Dipartimento di Ingegneria Aerospaziale"
of the University
"Politecnico di Milano"
and partly funded by the industry and the national and European Institutions.
Research performed by independent institutions, where MBDyn
plays an important role, is also listed.
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from publicly available sources.
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Fluid-Structure Interaction: EDGE
MBDyn is being interfaced to
a compressible URANS solver developed by
FOI (Swedish Defense Research Agency).
Author: Luca Cavagna (cavagna AT aero.polimi.it)
This package motivation is to turn MBDyn into a multibody dynamics
library for Python, so then the user communicates with objects
during the whole simulation.
Author: André Espaze (ded DOT espaze AT laposte.net)
Graphical User Interface for MBDyn based
Author: John Kollman (mbdynug AT osengineer.com)
- AdvaNced modelling Techniques for Aerospace SMEs
(Matching Technologies and Opportunities) project.
ANTASME uses MBDyn to simulate the deployment of deformable satellites.
MBDyn is being extended to use
for automatic differentiation of Jacobian matrix contributions.
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