Inverse dynamics in SimMechanics 2nd Gen

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Pierrick Bersier
Pierrick Bersier on 2 Sep 2014
Answered: Steve Miller on 24 Nov 2021
Hi everyone,
I want to implement a Model in witch I can give as input some motion taken from IMUs (Inertia measurement unit). The aim of the simulation is to calculate reaction forces needed to produce this motion with inverse dynamic. I know that it is some possibility with the 1st generation of SimMechanics to do it and I read that until last year, it was not yet possible to do it with the second generation.
Do somebody knows if it is possible now ? I had a look at the second generation and the momentum of inertia and inertial product seems to be easier to implement in the new one.
Thanks for your help !

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Steve Miller
Steve Miller on 24 Nov 2021
You can perform inverse dynamic simulations with Simscape Multibody second generation technology.
--Steve

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