WOLFRAM SYSTEMMODELER

Sine

Generate sine signal

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SystemModel["Modelica.Blocks.Sources.Sine"]
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Information

This information is part of the Modelica Standard Library maintained by the Modelica Association.

The Real output y is a sine signal:

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Connectors (1)

y

Type: RealOutput

Description: Connector of Real output signal

Parameters (5)

amplitude

Value: 1

Type: Real

Description: Amplitude of sine wave

freqHz

Value:

Type: Frequency (Hz)

Description: Frequency of sine wave

phase

Value: 0

Type: Angle (rad)

Description: Phase of sine wave

offset

Value: 0

Type: Real

Description: Offset of output signal

startTime

Value: 0

Type: Time (s)

Description: Output = offset for time < startTime

Used in Examples (29)

InverseModel

Demonstrates the construction of an inverse model

RealNetwork1

Demonstrates the usage of blocks from Modelica.Blocks.Math

IntegerNetwork1

Demonstrates the usage of blocks from Modelica.Blocks.MathInteger

BusUsage

Demonstrates the usage of a signal bus

SinglePhaseTwoLevel_R

Single phase DC to AC converter with resistive load

SinglePhaseTwoLevel_RL

Single phase DC to AC converter with R-L load

MultiPhaseTwoLevel_R

Multi phase DC to AC converter with R load

MultiPhaseTwoLevel_RL

Multi phase DC to AC converter with R-L load

SinglePhaseTwoLevel

Single phase two level inverter including control

RollingWheelSetDriving

Rolling wheel set that is driven by torques driving the wheels

Surfaces

Demonstrate the visualization of a sine surface, as well as a torus and a wheel constructed from a surface

PlanarLoops_analytic

Mechanism with three planar kinematic loops and one degree-of-freedom with analytic loop handling (with JointRRR joints)

ActuatedDrive

Demonstrates usage of models Rotor1D and Mounting1D

MovingActuatedDrive

Demonstrates usage of model Rotor1D mounted on a moving body

GearConstraint

Demonstrate usage of GearConstraint model

BevelGear1D

Demonstrates the usage of a BevelGear1D model and how to calculate the power of such an element

First

First example: simple drive train

FirstGrounded

First example: simple drive train with grounded elements

Friction

Drive train with clutch and brake

CoupledClutches

Drive train with 3 dynamically coupled clutches

LossyGearDemo1

Example to show that gear efficiency may lead to stuck motion

LossyGearDemo2

Example to show combination of LossyGear and BearingFriction

HeatLosses

Demonstrate the modeling of heat losses

GenerationOfFMUs

Example to demonstrate variants to generate FMUs (Functional Mock-up Units)

Oscillator

Oscillator demonstrates the use of initial conditions.

Sensors

Sensors for translational systems.

Friction

Use of model Stop

PreLoad

Preload of a spool using ElastoGap models.

HeatLosses

Demonstrate the modeling of heat losses

Used in Components (1)

Harmonic

Calculate harmonic over period 1/f