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Arrow

Visualizing an arrow with variable size; all data have to be set as modifiers (see info layer)

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SystemModel["Modelica.Mechanics.MultiBody.Visualizers.Advanced.Arrow"]
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Information

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

Model Arrow defines an arrow that is dynamically visualized at the defined location (see variables below).

model Visualizers.Advanced.Arrow

The variables under heading Parameters below are declared as (time varying) input variables. If the default equation is not appropriate, a corresponding modifier equation has to be provided in the model where an Arrow instance is used, e.g., in the form

    Visualizers.Advanced.Arrow arrow(diameter = sin(time));

Variable color is an Integer vector with 3 elements, {r, g, b}, and specifies the color of the shape. {r,g,b} are the "red", "green" and "blue" color parts. Note, r g, b are given in the range 0 .. 255. The predefined type MultiBody.Types.Color contains a menu definition of the colors used in the MultiBody library (will be replaced by a color editor).

Components (4)

R

Type: Orientation

Description: Orientation object to rotate the world frame into the arrow frame

world

Type: World

Description:

arrowLine

Type: Shape

Description:

arrowHead

Type: Shape

Description:

Used in Components (11)

WorldForce

External force acting at frame_b, defined by 3 input signals and resolved in frame world, frame_b or frame_resolve

WorldForceAndTorque

External force and torque acting at frame_b, defined by 3+3 input signals and resolved in frame world, frame_b or in frame_resolve

Force

Force acting between two frames, defined by 3 input signals and resolved in frame world, frame_a, frame_b or frame_resolve

ForceAndTorque

Force and torque acting between two frames, defined by 3+3 input signals and resolved in frame world, frame_a, frame_b or frame_resolve

FreeMotion

Free motion joint (6 degrees-of-freedom, 12 potential states)

AbsoluteSensor

Measure absolute kinematic quantities of frame connector

RelativeSensor

Measure relative kinematic quantities between two frame connectors

Distance

Measure the distance between the origins of two frame connectors

CutForce

Measure cut force vector

CutForceAndTorque

Measure cut force and cut torque vector

SignalArrow

Visualizing an arrow with dynamically varying size in frame_a based on input signal