RecurDyn Track Toolkits

The Track toolkits allow eficient modeling and analysis of the tracked vehicle systems frequently used in construction equipment and military vehicles such as tanks. These toolkits significantly reduce the time needed for modeling and allow for fast and accurate analysis through a specialized solver.

RecurDyn/TrackLM

The RecurDyn/TrackLM toolkit includes various libraries (for example, Track Link, Wheel, and Sprocket) for the simplication of the modeling of the low-speed tracked vehicle systems used in construction and heavy equipment. The toolkit includes a UI and analysis solver optimized for low-speed tracked vehicle systems.

  • Automatic track assembly with automatic contact
  • Various libraries for tracked vehicles
    • Track Link
    • Sprocket
    • Roller Guard
    • Flange
    • Roller
    • Roller Guard
  • Graphical design of sprocket teeth profile (lines and arcs) and link grouser prole (line segments)
  • Standard proving ground library
  • Soil modeling with Bekker's theory
  • Link designed by CAD can be used as Link for Track LM.
  • Track Link can be converted into flexible body for analysis.
  • Study for dynamic performance of vehicle (Ride and comfort), Calculation of dynamic load historyCreation of valve train part shape and automatic definition of contact among parts

RecurDyn/TrackHM

• The RecurDyn/TrackHM toolkit includes various libraries (for example, Track Link, Wheel, and Sprocket) for the simplification of the modeling of the high-speed tracked vehicle systems used in tanks and other military vehicles. The toolkit provides a UI and analysis solver optimized for high-mobility tracked vehicle systems.

  • Automatic track assembly with automatic contact
  • Various libraries for tracked vehicles
    • Track Link (Single, Double, InnerPin)
    • Sprocket
    • Single Wheel
    • Double Wheel
  • Graphical design of sprocket teeth profile (lines and arcs) and link grouser profile (line segments)
  • Standard proving ground library
  • Soil modeling with Bekker's theory
  • Study for dynamic performance of vehicle (Ride and comfort), Calculation of dynamic load historyEasy modeling with part shape creation of piston and automatic definition of contact