Thank you Dave for both the tips and the flowers! I'll try the settings accordingly.motiondave wrote:with jrk disconnect, try, in utility input tab, bottom left hand corner, tick box " never sleep usb ignore suspend".
In PID, change feedback deadzone from 0 up to 2.
Give that a go, it may stop some errors.
Oh and that looks like a great ride there!
Also thank you Turn for the flowers! I indeed like my sim very much tooTurn wrote:value1 - wow, good job on v2. Nice work.
Yes, I did the Finite Elements calculation the old-fashioned way and divided the side projection and front projection into something like 30x60 elements and calculated the weight of each element. I then calculated the centre (axis) of gravity and inertia depending on the position of the rotation axis. I didn't find a program, that I could quickly calculate these numbers without having to become an expert. I think SolidWorks could be an option but I didn't bother too much.How did you do your FE analysis?
Both, out of curiosity ("Is the simulation really doing what I'm expecting?) and to make adjustments to the settings like intensity and hopefully learn how to trick one's mind even better.And those gyroscope output vs. X-Sim input graphs are extremely interesting. Are you doing that to tweak any settings (and if so, what), or just to see what's going on out of curiosity?
BTW I have actually published a comparison between actual acceleration measurements and video footage of a car drive and the respective data output of rFactor on the same track. See here, 2nd post.