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標題: 多體機械系統動態模擬數值積分穩定法之研究
The Stabilization Method for Numerical Integration of Dynamic Analysis of Constrained Multibody Mechanical Systems
作者: 洪銘聰
Hong, Ming-Chong
關鍵字: multibody;多體機械;Numerical Integration;數值機分法
出版社: 機械工程學系
統數值積分的穩 定性問題。多體系統之運動方程式是一個包含外力、拘
束力、加速度的混合微分、代數方程式(mixed differential-algebraic
equations,簡稱DAE),在使用數值積分法解開微 分方程式的同時,其位
置及速度必須滿足拘束運動(kinematics)方程式及速度運動方程 式,亦
的相關性 ,直接求解因而造成數值的偏差。為了解決此問題,Baumgarte
嘗試將加速度方程式加入 位置項及速度項,當適當的選擇兩項之係數後
,數值積分將獲得正確的解,稱為拘束穩定方法 (constraint
stabilization method) ,不過此方法唯一缺點在於係數之選擇並無 規

The objective of this paper is to resolve the stability
problem for thenumerical integration of constrained multibody
mechanical system. The dynamicequations of motion of the
constrained multibody mechanical system is a mixeddifferential-
algebraic equation(DAE) which contains external forces,
constraintreaction forces as well as acceleration of the
generalized coordinates of thesystem. In applying numerical
integration methods to solve the mixeddifferential-
algebraic equation, the constraint equation and its first
andsecond derivatives must be satisfied. That is, the
generalized coordinatesare dependent. Direct integration
methods do not consider this dependency andconstraint violation
occurs. To solve this problem, Baumgarte proposed
aconstraint stabilization method in which a velocity term and
a position termwere added in the second derivative of the
constraint equation. The disadvan-tage of this method is that
there is no known reliable method for selectingthe
coefficients of the position and velocity term.Improper
selection of thesecoefficients can lead to erroneous results.In
this paper,we will use stabilityanalysis methods in digital
control theory to resolve this problem. Correctchoice of the
coefficients for different numerical integration methods
arefound for both fixed and variable integration stepsize.
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