Jump to navigation Jump to search Structural analysis is mainly concerned with finding out the behavior of a physical structure when subjected to force. This action can be in the form of load due to the weight of things such as people, furniture, wind, snow, etc.
We contribute by narrowing the gap between the two modeling approaches.
Our goal is to develop a dynamic analysis methodology for the study of self-stable controlled multibody models of legged locomotion. An efficient way of modeling multibody systems is to use geometric constraints among the rigid bodies. It is especially effective when closed kinematic loops are present, such as in the case of walking models, when both legs are in contact with the ground.
The mathematical representation of such constrained systems is the differential algebraic equation DAE.
We focus on the mathematical analysis methods of piecewise-smooth dynamic systems and we present their application for constrained multibody models of self-stable locomotion represented by DAE.
Our numerical approach is demonstrated on a linear model of hopping and compared with analytically obtained reference results. Mathematical and Computational Applications. See further details here.
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