MADYMO


Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
MADYMOMathematical Dynamic Modeling
References in periodicals archive ?
Monster, "Application of MADYMO occupant models in DYNA/MADYMO coupling," in 4th European LS-DYNA Users Conference, Ulm, Germany, 2003.
Similarly to the AID tests, for the four multibody simulation tests, there existed no single cutoff frequency for the angular rate sensor data that matched noiseless MADYMO output angular accelerations on both least-squares and peak-matching bases.
Based on the coupling of PC-CRASH and embedded MADYMO, the multi-body system models of vehicle and pedestrian involved in a vehicle/pedestrian collision were developed and validated.
"Advanced simulation techniques can take account of these types of variation, using DOE methods and the appropriate dummy models," says Jack van Hoof of Madymo. "But such methods rely on the ability to run numerous simulations in which all relevant model parameters are varied within realistic ranges in order to gain an understanding of the robustness of a proposed solution.
More detailed models were then created in Madymo on specific safety systems designed for a cockpit with a pilot, a forward-facing passenger and a side-facing passenger.
In engineering services TASS supports the use and application of the MADYMO software by providing on-site support or support through an extensive office network strategically based on a global basis.
analyzed the influence of seat back angle, the shoulder belt anchor location, the leg hump and the spine curvature in Indy Car using the MADYMO Race Car Driver Model (RCDM) to predict thoracolumbar spine injuries during frontal impact.
MADYMO and LifeMOD are both powerful simulation packages with specific advantages and disadvantages.
That's why safety design also depends on importing mathematical models of crash dummies into software such as MADYMO (MAthematical DYnamic MOdels), developed by TNO Automotive of Delft, The Netherlands.
56-60); Radioss Crash from Mechalog (Paris); and Madymo from TNO Research Institute (Delft, the Netherlands).
A rollover buck model (including the seat) was developed in both the MADYMO and LS-DYNA software respectively based on the CAD drawing of the rollover buck used in the tests (Figure 6).
MADYMO models for each of the 26 pulses were run to determine the airbag firing times based on the aforementioned method.