The TwoPortComponent template is a partial model of a two-port hydraulic component with no storage of mass or energy at the ports. The two hydraulic ports are A and B.
There is no storage element in this class, that is, the mass flow into port A equals the mass flow out of port B.
The pressure differential across the component, Δp, is typically pA−pB, but if either pressure is less than the vapour pressure of the oil, then the vapour pressure is used to compute Δp.
pressure at port A
pressure at port B
absolute pressure at port A
absolute pressure at port B
limited gauge pressure at port A
limited gauge pressure at port B
gas saturation pressure
mass flow rate at port A; positive if oil is entering the component.
mass flow rate at port B; positive if oil is entering the component.
volume flow rate into port A
upstream density of oil
upstream kinematic viscosity of oil
local temperature of oil
temperature offset from system temperature
No storage of energy or mass in the component.
If the pressure at port A is greater than the pressure at port B, the volume flow rate at port A is positive.
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