WOLFRAM SYSTEMMODELER

MovingActuatedDrive

Demonstrates usage of model Rotor1D mounted on a moving body

Diagram

Wolfram Language

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SystemModel["Modelica.Mechanics.MultiBody.Examples.Rotational3DEffects.MovingActuatedDrive"]
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Information

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This model demonstrates how a moving drive train modelled with 3-dim. multi-body elements (revolute, bodyCylinder) can alternatively be modeled with component rotor1D to speed up simulation. The movement of the two systems is identical and also the cut-torques in the various frames (such as: r1.frame_b.t and r2.frame_b.t).

The driving joints (r1, r2) with rotation axis {0,1,0} are modelled to be driven by a motor torque along the {1,0,0} axis. Basically, this means that an idealized bevel gear is used to drive the axes of the revolute joints.

Components (16)

bodyCylinder

Type: BodyShape

revolute

Type: Revolute

world

Type: World

torque

Type: Torque

sine1

Type: Sine[3]

rotor1D

Type: Rotor1D

torque1

Type: Torque

mounting1D

Type: Mounting1D

r1

Type: Revolute

position1

Type: Position

sine2

Type: Sine

mounting1D1

Type: Mounting1D

r2

Type: Revolute

position2

Type: Position

mounting1D2

Type: Mounting1D

fixed

Type: Fixed