ChronoEngine:Introduction

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Getting started


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The Chrono::Engine middleware is a library for multibody dynamics. Programmers can use its Application Programming Interface (API) to introduce high-performance simulation features in C++ projects.

Chrono::Engine can perform dynamical, kinematic and static analyses for virtual mechanisms built of parts such as actuators, motors, constraints between parts, spring, dampers, etc. Read a list of features here.

Thank to the Chrono::Engine library, your application will be able to simulate a wide set of mechanisms: cars, robots, trucks, trains, car suspensions, earth-moving machines, motorscrapers, backhoe loaders, human skeletons, aereospatial devices, landing gears, robotic manipulators, engines, torque converters, prosthetic devices, artificial arms, miniaturized mechanisms for tape recorders, camcorders, and so on.


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