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The installation of powered gate automation is regulated by the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations which recognises a powered gate as machinery. The law requires that the resulting machine complies with the Essential Health and Safety Requirements of the regulations. Guidance for the required level of safety can be found in EN 12453

If you are not fully aware of the requirements of the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations, the implications of the Health and Safety at Work Act or the contents of EN 12453 you are advised to seek specialist training or the assistance of a properly qualified and equipped powered gate specialist before undertaking to proceed with the installation, repair or maintenance.

Has anyone been successful modeling rolling contact in NX/Motion without significant numerical chatter? Are there examples anywhere? The attached pdf shows a very simple model of a "car" with 4 wheels. Changes to contact settings, friction, etc does not seem to settle the noise down. Force in the x-direction in the plot shown should be zero (constant). 

At first glimpse, I would suggest to change the sphere geometry into cylinder instead, because the cylinder geometry has more geometry to possibly in-contact with the flat ground, thus help to reduce noise. 

Furthermore, I think you can try to play around with the damping values in the 3D contact definition, which might help in your case.

STLFinder is the most powerful 3d model search engine with more than 2,5 millions 3d models indexed from a wide variety of repositories all over Internet.

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The installation of powered gate automation is regulated by the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations which recognises a powered gate as machinery. The law requires that the resulting machine complies with the Essential Health and Safety Requirements of the regulations. Guidance for the required level of safety can be found in EN 12453

If you are not fully aware of the requirements of the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations, the implications of the Health and Safety at Work Act or the contents of EN 12453 you are advised to seek specialist training or the assistance of a properly qualified and equipped powered gate specialist before undertaking to proceed with the installation, repair or maintenance.

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