Working Model


Working Model is a dynamic simulator with connections to SolidWorks.

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Working Model review by Darwin Reynell N.
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"An optimal tool for designing mechanisms."

What do you like best?

You have in each union, trajectories, speeds, accelerations, forces, among others. It is very useful. I had contact with this software during my university course called "Dynamics of mechanisms and machinery". It is practical, easy to learn, you have many information in the configurations made, even if the number of links used is high. Time is a limiting factor in the design process, in that sense, working 2D model helps to dismute those times. It allows to be more effective in the conceptual design process. You do not need to create a physical prototype.

What do you dislike?

The 2D Design Version, from the point of view of conceptual design it is very useful, since you have the calculations quickly and reliably.

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The 2D Design Version from the point of view of conceptual design it is very useful, since you have the calculations quickly and reliably. The 3D Design Versión is even more reliably. Obviously the 3D design exceeds the 2D design

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Design of a mechanism to change the speed in a variable chain transmission system. With this mechanism it was possible to determine the required positions to reach certain speeds in the transmission cones. It was very useful in determining the forces and thus obtaining the state of charges. It was part of my final project during my bachelor in Mechanical Engineering.

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