Dynamic Simulation of Multibody Flexible Servomechanisms
The generic term multibody systems encompasses a broad set of mechanical systems, ranging from robots, cranes, chains, cables, panels, antennae to human body models and other biosystems. The different kinds of multibody systems that can be distinguished are systems made of connected or separated bodies, systems made of rigid or flexible bodies and systems presenting closed-loop or open-tree topologies.
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