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RecurDyn/Crank provides a special environment to model and analyze the various types of engine systems in the Global Data and the Component Builder system by SPM (Special Parametric Marker) and SPV (Special Parametric Value). By selecting the engine type and components in the system builder, the user can define the overall structure and specify the connectivity between parts.

RecurDyn/Crank also provides the technology-intensive analysis environment to provide more accurate and fast analysis results about vibration characteristics and load information.


Engine Types
   - Straight Type
   - V Type
   - Horizontal Type

Modeling of Part Shapes
   - Engine Block
   - Crank shaft
   - Connecting Rod
   - Piston
   - Piston Pin
   - FlyWheel
   - Torsional Damper
   - Balancing Shaft
   - EDT(Equivalent Drive Train)

Connector

   - Engine Mount
   - Bearing (Constraint Bearing, Bushing Bearing, Ball Bearing, EHD
      Bearing)
   - Liner Connector (Constraint type, Cylinder Contact Type, Surface
     Contact Type) -> Application of the empirical formula considering
     the piston lubrication
   - Balancing Screw Coupler
   - RFlex Contact(Rigid to RFlex Contact, RFlex to RFlex contact)

 Crank Shaft Types

   - Rigid Type
   - Torsional Type
   - Torsional+Bending Type
   - Beam Type
   - Elastic Body (FEM) Type

Changing the parts to the flexible bodies, supporting the
   contact of Flexible bodies (RFlex Contact)


Contact Type of Piston(Included in the contact of flexible
   body)

   - Rigid to RFlex
   - RFlex to RFlex

 Setting the gas force (Supported to input the step
   function)

 Supporting the RecurDyn/Bearing toolkit and the
   RecurDyn/Piston toolkit by a bundle