Structural analysis and component rating of drive systems using Romax Enduro
Date: , 09:00 & 16:00 GMT
Presented by: Kristian Kouumdjieff, Product Manager - Enduro
Across all industries, delivering the required durability and structural behaviour of transmissions and drivelines has always been the foundation of a good design: from designing vehicle transmissions which last their expected lifetime, to ensuring wind turbines meet strict certification requirements, to prioritising safety in the aerospace industry.
To meet the ever-evolving demands of this diverse client base, Romax have continually pioneered new and innovative ways to ensure drive system durability is never compromised. Romax Enduro is the embodiment, building on the legacy of the ahead-of-its-time-RomaxDesigner.
Romax Enduro is an electro-mechanical drive system simulation tool that is easy to use, fast to run, trusted and validated in numerous different applications. It sits at the heart of our continuously improving platform that promotes collaboration, technology advancement and innovation.
In this webinar, we will show how Romax Enduro is used to build electromechanical models quickly, and to access accurate prediction of loads, deflections, misalignments and stresses within the system and its critical components at different operating conditions in solve times in the order of seconds. The parametric nature, ease of use, integration with CAD, FE and other tools, and fast run times make Romax Enduro an ideal tool for both the designer who spends most of their time in CAD but require some structural analysis, and also the analyst who delves deep into the structural performance and durability of gears, bearings, shafts, splines, synchronisers, clutches, etc. in the context of a complex drive system.
What will you learn?
- How Romax Enduro’s user-friendly environment for fast model building can benefit the driveline development cycle
- The advanced component analyses and ratings available in Romax Enduro
- Why Romax’s full system approach is key to ensuring accurate understanding of system performance
Who should attend?
Drive system analyst; Drive system designer; Driveline engineer; Transmission designer