WOLFRAM SYSTEMMODELER

FixedFrame

Visualizing a coordinate system including axes labels (visualization data may vary dynamically)

Wolfram Language

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SystemModel["Modelica.Mechanics.MultiBody.Visualizers.FixedFrame"]
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Information

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

Model FixedFrame visualizes the three axes of its coordinate system frame_a together with appropriate axes labels. A typical example is shown in the following figure:
 

model Visualizers.FixedFrame

The sizes of the axes, the axes colors and the specular coefficient (= reflection factor for ambient light) can vary dynamically by providing appropriate expressions in the input fields of the parameter menu.

Parameters (2)

animation

Value: true

Type: Boolean

Description: = true, if animation shall be enabled

showLabels

Value: true

Type: Boolean

Description: = true, if labels shall be shown

Inputs (6)

length

Default Value: 0.5

Type: Distance (m)

Description: Length of axes arrows

diameter

Default Value: length / world.defaultFrameDiameterFraction

Type: Distance (m)

Description: Diameter of axes arrows

color_x

Default Value: Modelica.Mechanics.MultiBody.Types.Defaults.FrameColor

Type: Color

Description: Color of x-arrow

color_y

Default Value: color_x

Type: Color

Description: Color of y-arrow

color_z

Default Value: color_x

Type: Color

Description: Color of z-arrow

specularCoefficient

Default Value: world.defaultSpecularCoefficient

Type: SpecularCoefficient

Description: Reflection of ambient light (= 0: light is completely absorbed)

Connectors (1)

frame_a

Type: Frame_a

Description: Coordinate system in which visualization data is resolved

Components (10)

world

Type: World

x_arrowLine

Type: Shape

x_arrowHead

Type: Shape

x_label

Type: Lines

y_arrowLine

Type: Shape

y_arrowHead

Type: Shape

y_label

Type: Lines

z_arrowLine

Type: Shape

z_arrowHead

Type: Shape

z_label

Type: Lines

Used in Examples (1)

Fourbar2

Modelica.Mechanics.MultiBody.Examples.Loops

One kinematic loop with four bars (with UniversalSpherical joint; 1 non-linear equation)