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6. 5. Class hierarchy Fig. 7 shows the class hierarchy derived from the highest class. The highest class is MDObject, from which the classes such as body, constraint and force class are derived. Using these subclasses, the joint type, constraint type and force type are derived. In the derivation of the class, inheritance and polymorphism are used to easily define a new class. In addition, each class data is managed independently so that a class can be developed independently. 3. Numerical analysis In this paper, a numerical analysis is performed through the application of Wehage’s generalized coordinate partitioning method [14].

13] Lo¨hner R. Some useful data structures for the generation of unstructured grids. Commun Appl Numer Meth 1988;4:123–35. [14] Lo¨hner R. Adaptive remeshing for transient problems. Comput Meth Appl Mech Engng 1989;75:195–214. [15] Maricq MM, Podsiadlik DH, Brehob DD, Haghgooie M. Particulate emissions from a direct-injection spark-ignition (DISI) engine, SAE Technical Paper 1999-01-1530, 1999. [16] Meakin RL. A new method for establishing intergrid communication among systems of overset grids.

Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; 1999. [23] Wissink AM, Meakin RL. On parallel implementations of dynamic overset grid methods. HTM, San Jose, CA, Nov. 1997. S. H. Seob a New Transportation System Group, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, Daejeon City 305-343, South Korea b Department of Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School, Ajou University, Suwon City 442-749, South Korea Received 21 May 2003; revised 25 September 2003; accepted 15 October 2003 Abstract A multi-body dynamics analysis program is presented using one of the most useful programming methodologies, the object-oriented concept.

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