The forces that influence drive behaviour are influenced not only by the driven mechanisms but also by the processes that are performed. For presses this would be the reaction forces of the pressed material, which are dependent on the stroke, and for rotor blade adjustments in wind turbines this would be the self-aligning torque. Other examples include forces arising from the earth movements of construction machines, flow, wind and buoyancy forces in offshore applications and driving dynamic forces in hydraulic steering systems and drives.
These processes are often based on very complex physical interrelationships. We can assist in making simplifications that reduce calculation time without neglecting any of the major interrelationships.