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is there any kinetic analysis in hyperworks?

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Hi @WikiJoy

What would you like to simulate?

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In the attached fig. I want to find out the F2 through kinetic analysis...How much actuators required the force that can move the A in alpha1 and alpha2 angle?

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Hi  @WikiJoy

With the backward and forward motion, is it a translation motion or a rotatory motion?

The hinge (look alike) part below the datum line, is it a different body?

You can apply a motion and get the torque which can be used to calculate the force.

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On ‎2017‎年‎11‎月‎20‎日 at 4:56 PM, Prakash Pagadala said:

Hi  @WikiJoy

With the backward and forward motion, is it a translation motion or a rotatory motion?

The hinge (look alike) part below the datum line, is it a different body?

You can apply a motion and get the torque which can be used to calculate the force.

There are three (3) bodies in this figure. Part B is pin which is connected with part C and Part A. Part C is the the Linear actuators which i also attached the picture. Part C translate the motion with hte part B then part B rotates the Part A. So, I want to calculate the force that how much force is required of Part C (Actuators) which can rotate the Part A in Alpha1 & Alpha 2 direction and how we will simulate in hyperworks?

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Hi @WikiJoy

Please see the image below. Here part C which is the actuator is not shown.

Part is connected to ground using a pin joint and a motion is applied on it and torque is calculated.

From the toruque and the length of the actuator (force application point) calculate force using  Force = Torque / [Length * sin (Angle)]

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