For years, Robotran has been used to teach the multibody theory to students through the study of the kinematics and dynamics of multibody systems in various fields.
Robotran is currently used for education at UCLouvain, Belgium and at Polytechnique Montréal, Canada.
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Robotran is constantly used in research, as much for applied than for fundamental projects, i.e.:

  • Dynamic behavior of railway systems (Collab. Univ. Montpellier, SNCF, France)
  • Biomechanics of the human body (Collab. Polytechnique Montréal, Canada)
  • Exoskeleton and artificial leg (EU projects)
  • Piano action analysis (Collab. MIM, Belgium)

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Besides research and educational activities, Robotran is used in industrial collaborative projects. The latter aim to either meet a specific industrial need or develop a new product, via a thorough kinematic or dynamic analysis of the studied system.
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Robotran proposes reference multibody systems, i.e. benchmarks, to validate their model description and numerical simulation. Check the link below for more information about the benchmarks carried out with Robotran.

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Dynamic lab

The purpose of Robotran is also to validate kinematic and dynamic behaviors through experimental demonstrators. More details are available on the dedicated page.
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