Study on the Length Changes of Bearings in Continuous Motion of Complex Mechanical System Based on ADMAS Simulation

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In this paper, based on the volume force, surface force, concentrated force of elastic-plastic body, combining with the principle of virtual displacement, we use virtual prototype analysis software ADAMS to design the displacement simulation system of basketball players muscle length change in continued training. In order to verify the validity and reliability of the system, we establish muscle simulation model of basketball player continued training, and input parameters of simulation training time and training task in the model, import the simulation results into the MATLAB software, obtain the curve changes of muscle displacement with time, and combining with the curve get the muscle length changing parameter. It provides a technical reference for the training of basketball players.

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Yuhang Yang and Maode Ma

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29-33

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N. Li and Y. J. Li, "Study on the Length Changes of Bearings in Continuous Motion of Complex Mechanical System Based on ADMAS Simulation", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 539, pp. 29-33, 2014

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July 2014

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