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Fixed

Flange fixed in housing at a given angle

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Information

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

The flange of a 1D rotational mechanical system is fixed at an angle phi0 in the housing. May be used:

  • to connect a compliant element, such as a spring or a damper, between an inertia or gearbox component and the housing.
  • to fix a rigid element, such as an inertia, with a specific angle to the housing.

Connectors (1)

flange

Type: Flange_b

Description: (right) flange fixed in housing

Parameters (1)

phi0

Value: 0

Type: Angle (rad)

Description: Fixed offset angle of housing

Used in Examples (9)

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

ElasticBearing

Example to show possible usage of support flange

Backlash

Example to demonstrate backlash

HeatLosses

Demonstrate the modeling of heat losses

Used in Components (41)

EMF

Electromotoric force (electric/mechanic transformer)

AIM_SquirrelCage

Asynchronous induction machine with squirrel cage rotor

AIM_SlipRing

Asynchronous induction machine with slipring rotor

SM_PermanentMagnet

Permanent magnet synchronous induction machine

SM_ElectricalExcited

Electrical excited synchronous induction machine with damper cage

SM_ReluctanceRotor

Synchronous induction machine with reluctance rotor and damper cage

DC_PermanentMagnet

Permanent magnet DC machine

DC_ElectricalExcited

Electrical shunt/separate excited linear DC machine

DC_SeriesExcited

Series excited linear DC machine

DC_PermanentMagnet

Quasistationary permanent magnet DC machine

DC_ElectricalExcited

Quasistationary electrical shunt/separate excited linear DC machine

DC_SeriesExcited

Quasistationary series excited linear DC machine

MechanicalPowerSensor

Mechanical power = torque x speed

RotorDisplacementAngle

Rotor lagging angle

PartialBasicMachine

Partial model for all machines

PartialBasicInductionMachine

Partial model for induction machine

PartialBasicDCMachine

Partial model for DC machine

AIM_SquirrelCage

Asynchronous induction machine with squirrel cage

AIM_SlipRing

Asynchronous induction machine with slip ring rotor

SM_PermanentMagnet

Permanent magnet synchronous machine with optional damper cage

SM_ElectricalExcited

Electrical excited synchronous machine with optional damper cage

SM_ReluctanceRotor

Reluctance machine with optional damper cage

PartialBasicInductionMachine

Partial model for induction machine

IM_SquirrelCage

Induction machine with squirrel cage

IM_SlipRing

Induction machine with slip ring rotor

SM_PermanentMagnet

Permanent magnet synchronous machine with optional damper cage

SM_ElectricalExcited

Electrical excited synchronous machine with optional damper cage

SM_ReluctanceRotor

Synchronous reluctance machine with optional damper cage

PartialBasicMachine

Partial model for quasi static multi phase machines

Revolute

Revolute joint (1 rotational degree-of-freedom, 2 potential states, optional axis flange)

Gearbox

Realistic model of a gearbox (based on LossyGear)

IdealGearR2T

Gearbox transforming rotational into translational motion

IdealRollingWheel

Simple 1-dim. model of an ideal rolling wheel without inertia

PartialOneFlangeAndSupport

Partial model for a component with one rotational 1-dim. shaft flange and a support used for graphical modeling, i.e., the model is build up by drag-and-drop from elementary components

PartialTwoFlangesAndSupport

Partial model for a component with two rotational 1-dim. shaft flanges and a support used for graphical modeling, i.e., the model is build up by drag-and-drop from elementary components

PartialElementaryOneFlangeAndSupport

Obsolete partial model. Use PartialElementaryOneFlangeAndSupport2.

PartialElementaryTwoFlangesAndSupport

Obsolete partial model. Use PartialElementaryTwoFlangesAndSupport2.

PartialElementaryRotationalToTranslational

Partial model to transform rotational into translational motion

IdealGearR2T

Gearbox transforming rotational into translational motion

IdealRollingWheel

Simple 1-dim. model of an ideal rolling wheel without inertia

PartialElementaryRotationalToTranslational

Partial model to transform rotational into translational motion