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Translational Move

Forced movement of a flange according to a position, velocity and acceleration signal

 

Description

Equations

Variables

Connections

Parameters

Modelica Standard Library

Description

The Translational Move (or Move) component generates a forced translational position according to an input vector. The input vector has three components: position, velocity, and acceleration. They must be consistent with each other.

These conditions do not apply to all applications. For example, if the position-dependent terms of a mechanical system are calculated only, you can provide s and set the angular velocity and the angular acceleration to zero.

The Use Support Flange boolean parameter enables a support flange on the housing. When true (checked) the support flange must be connected in the drawing. When false the component is internally fixed to ground.

Equations

s=u1

s.=u2

s..=u3

if Use Support Flange then fsupport=f

s=sflange{ssupportUse Support0otherwise

Variables

Name

Units

Description

Modelica ID

f

N

Accelerating force acting at flange

f

fsupport

N

Force acting at support

support.f

s

m

Distance between flange and support

s

sflange

m

Position of flange

flange.s

ssupport

m

Position of support

support.s

Connections

Name

Description

Modelica ID

flange

Flange of component

flange

support

Conditional Support Flange

support

u

3-vector input: s,s.,s..

u

Parameters

Name

Default

Units

Description

Modelica ID

Use Support Flange

false

 

True (checked) means the support flange is enabled

useSupport

Modelica Standard Library

The component described in this topic is from the Modelica Standard Library. To view the original documentation, which includes author and copyright information, click here.

See Also

1-D Mechanical Overview

Translational Motion Drivers