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First, it is frequently necessary to generate, transmit, or control motion by the use of cams, gears, and linkages.
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These increasing demands for vehicle requirements imposed by railway operators and infrastructure companies include maintaining the top operational speeds of trainsets during their life cycle, having low LCC and being track friendly. Several efficient methods for solv- ing linear algebraic equations and nonlinear algebraic equations are reviewed. Second, it is often necessary to determine the motion of a system of rigid bodies that results from applied forces.
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