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PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2006 5:09 am    Post subject: Gear Simulation Tools/Software Reply with quote

Hi,

We are a group of students who are doing a course in mechanical
engineering.

We are trying to make a gearbox based on Continuosly Variable
Transmission (CVT)

Naturally, a lot of gears are involved. If we were to make a prototype,
it would prove to be costly.

Could you please suggest some good tools for Simulation of gear motion
which can then generate the frictional losses, efficiency, failure
rate, etc?

We are trying to find about LMS Virtual.Lab, Simulink...etc

Thanks

Dex
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