Structure of UM and Additional Modules
Universal Mechanism consists of different modules and tools and may be delivered in the different configurations. The minimal, so called "base configuration" (UM Base), is a ready tool which allows carrying out dynamic analysis of mechanical systems. Functionality of the base configuration can be widened with the help of additional modules.
| UM Automotive||UM Train|| UM Loco|| UM Tracked Vehicle|| UM FEM|| UM CAD Interfaces|
| UM Experiments|| UM Control|| UM Base|| UM Subsystems|| UM Durability|| UM Ballast|
| UM 3D Contact|| UM RCF|| UM Rail/Wheel Wear|| UM Monotrain|| UM Driveline|| UM Maglev|
Subsystem technique is a basis of modeling objects with large number of degrees of freedom and creation of database of typical design elements for modeling technical systems. By using this method an object is represented as a tree of subsystems, which are linked by means of force elements and constraints. Any object previously created by the user can be a subsystem. This object may contain any tree of subsystems...