Working Model has been adopted by thousands of professional engineers to create and analyse real-life mechanical systems.
Working Model includes automatic collision detection and force calculations in real-time. The latest release also includes such popular scripts as Flexbeam, Shear and Bending Moment, and Pin Friction.
Measureable parameters in mechanical systems include: position, velocity, acceleration, momentum, angular momentum, constraint, force and torque, gravity, electrostatic and air force, kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy and power.
Body Properties include: mass, density, geometry, center of mass, moment of inertia, velocity and angular velocity, electrostatic charge and others.
Track the motion path of a body, Automatic collision detection and response, Automatically applied static and kinetic friction.
Constraints include: Pin, rigid, slot, keyed slot and curved slot joints, Rods, ropes, pulleys and gears, Linear and rotational spring/damper.
Motion Drivers include: Motor, Actuator, Force, Torque
Professional Engineers use Working Model 2D to build virtual prototypes of their mechanical designs and use these prototypes to evaluate performance.
University Students and Educators use Working Model 2D to understand how mechanical systems work and perform without building physical models.
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