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Static & Dynamic Study of Mechanical Systems

The goal of this team's research is to study the geometric properties of articulated systems. This research is based on the premise that the geometric properties of mechanical systems are included within the properties of the algebraic systems they are represented by. The obtained results provide high-quality support to designers and users of 3D CAD tools when redesigning and optimising existing solutions.

The topics can be found on the list of on-going thesis projects.

Team members
Doctoral candidates

Head of the team

Alain Rivière

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Why vehicle architecture is so important for comfort dynamics? Certain analysis tools of comfort dynamics for vehicle architectures (lire)
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing Elsevier 2021 155 pp. 107575
Decision support tool for clearance management in a conceptual design context (lire)
Procedia CIRP ELSEVIER 2020 92 pp. 69-74
Clearance vs. tolerance for mobile overconstrained mechanisms (lire)
Mechanism and Machine Theory Elsevier 2019 136 pp. 284-306
Clearance vs. tolerance for rigid overconstrained assemblies (lire)
Computer-Aided Design Elsevier 2017 97 pp. 27-40
Computing clearances and deviations in over-constrained mechanisms (lire)
Procedia CIRP ELSEVIER 2018 75 pp. 238-243
An Algebraic Method to Compute the Mobility of Closed-Loop Overconstrained Mechanisms (lire)
Applications of Computer Algebra 2017
Dimensional perturbation of rigidity and mobility (lire)
Computer-Aided Design Elsevier 2016 71 pp. 1 - 14
Computing mobility condition using Groebner basis (lire)
Mechanism and Machine Theory 2015 91 pp. 21 - 38
Generic Approach for the Generation of Symbolic Dimensional Variations Based on Gröbner Basis for Over-constrained Mechanical Assemblies (lire)
Procedia CIRP 2015 27 pp. 223 - 229
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