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Statistics: Posted by Dan Negrut — Fri Dec 16, 2011 11:19 pm

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F11Matthew wrote:

What chapters in the book does the final cover?

1, 2, 3, 6.

However, we covered material that is not in the book (like Newmark, for instance).

My suggestion: use the PPT slides. If you understand what's in there you are in good shape.

Dan

Statistics: Posted by Dan Negrut — Fri Dec 16, 2011 11:16 pm

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The spheres in place of "feet" have a contact force between them and the green box (my floor), there are revolute joints at the hips. I did add an additional force to the leg that's behind because otherwise it wouldn't swing forward much at all.

Statistics: Posted by F11Carrie — Fri Dec 16, 2011 2:56 pm

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F11Kwang wrote:

I have a question about the final exam.

As far as I know, there will be a written test and a matlab coding test. I guess I can still bring the equation sheets as references.

But, could I bring any matlab codes in USB thumb drive that I made so far to exam room? If I can recycle the simengine2D code that I made so far for hws, it would be helpful.

Is that possible?

Kwang - yes, bring the two sets of cheat sheets that you had for the two midterm exams.

About the code, you *must* do that; i.e., have access (on a memory stick or on your home directory at CAE) to your simEngine2D. You will have to use it to run a simple mechanism that i will provide in the final exam.

If you have other questions post them here, i might not be able to reply promptly since i'm starting the trip back to Madison.

Dan

Statistics: Posted by Dan Negrut — Thu Dec 15, 2011 8:08 pm

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F11Carrie wrote:F11Kwang wrote:I had some trouble to get the graph that is consistent with the book. I tried my best, but I couldn't get it well.

Anyway, I submitted my work with little ugly graphs.

But, I still can't figure out where my program had some problem.

Could you provide me any solution for this matlab coding or an example coding for similar problem?

So, I can study the example and figure out where did I make a mistake in my coding so that I can prepare the final exam.

Is that possible?

Kwang, I can send you my code for comparison.

Carrie - Thank you for helping Kwang.

Dan

Statistics: Posted by Dan Negrut — Thu Dec 15, 2011 8:04 pm

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F11Kwang wrote:

I had some trouble to get the graph that is consistent with the book. I tried my best, but I couldn't get it well.

Anyway, I submitted my work with little ugly graphs.

But, I still can't figure out where my program had some problem.

Could you provide me any solution for this matlab coding or an example coding for similar problem?

So, I can study the example and figure out where did I make a mistake in my coding so that I can prepare the final exam.

Is that possible?

Kwang, I can send you my code for comparison.

Statistics: Posted by F11Carrie — Thu Dec 15, 2011 2:29 pm

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But, I still can't figure out where my program had some problem.

Could you provide me any solution for this matlab coding or an example coding for similar problem?

So, I can study the example and figure out where did I make a mistake in my coding so that I can prepare the final exam.

Is that possible?

Statistics: Posted by F11Kwang — Thu Dec 15, 2011 11:18 am

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But, could I bring any matlab codes in USB thumb drive that I made so far to exam room? If I can recycle the simengine2D code that I made so far for hws, it would be helpful.

Is that possible?

Statistics: Posted by F11Kwang — Thu Dec 15, 2011 11:13 am

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F11Carrie wrote:

Is there a way to slow down the playback of a simulation in ADAMS? I'm having a little trouble seeing what's going on with my model.

I contacted two of my students (Justin and Makarand), you'll hear from one of them...

Dan

Statistics: Posted by Dan Negrut — Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:27 am

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F11Brian wrote:

Do we need some sort of inverse dynamics code for the final, or do we just need our simEngine2D to be able to handle kinematics and dynamics problems?

Kinematics and Dynamics will do.

Dan

Statistics: Posted by Dan Negrut — Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:22 am

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Statistics: Posted by F11Rebecca — Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:11 am

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