Adams

As the world's most widely used Multibody Dynamics (MBD) software, Adams helps engineers to study the dynamics of moving parts, how loads and forces are distributed throughout mechanical systems.
Engineers can evaluate and manage the complex interactions between disciplines including motion, structures, actuation, and controls to better optimize product designs for performance, safety, and comfort.
Adams improves engineering efficiency and reduces product development costs by enabling early system-level design validation. Along with extensive analysis capabilities, Adams is optimized for large-scale problems, taking advantage of high performance computing environments.

Adams Multidiscipline Solutions

Optional modules available with Adams allow users to integrate mechanical components, pneumatics, hydraulics, electronics, and control systems technologies to build and test virtual prototypes that accurately account for the interactions between these subsystems.

Misclaneous Applications
Misclaneous Applications
Wind Turbine
Wind Turbine
Centralizer Oil & Gas
Centralizer Oil & Gas
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Landing sequence of Curiosity Rover on Mars