“Dynamics of Machinery” book available in English
As the German edition, with its well-balanced combination of theory and practical application examples the book offers an insight into import topics in the field of dynamics of machinery from the point of view of a mechanical engineer. Besides methods of estimation, reduced models and approximative calculations the book focuses on a huge amount of instructive dynamical effects which play an important role in the construction of heavily loaded machinery. Furthermore the book covers recent essential enhancements of modeling hardware and software. The enclosed simulation tool SimulationX and example models enable the reader to examine the dynamical behavior of real objects, to create simulation models and to validate simulation results.
As a leading international software and engineering company in the field of system simulation ITI always has been involved in different academic research projects all over the world. “Our long lasting and successful cooperation with Prof. Hans Dresig, reaches even far beyond the university sector. Within the scope of seminars, conferences and publications we jointly promote the understanding for system simulation and the competency to make physically-based constructive decisions” explains Uwe Schreiber, Manager Engineering at ITI GmbH.
About the ITI Group
Founded in 1990, ITI is now one of the leading software and engineering companies for system simulation. The company develops simulation software for engineers and scientists in industry and education.
SimulationX - The Driving Force in System Simulation defines the standard of modeling, simulation and optimization of complex technical systems. The software models system components from a multitude of domains including their mutual interaction and feedback on one platform. This significantly distinguishes SimulationX from any other kind of CAE software (FEM, CFD, MBS).
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