WOLFRAM SYSTEMMODELER

SpringDamper

Linear 1D translational spring and damper in parallel

Wolfram Language

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Information

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

A spring and damper element connected in parallel. The component can be connected either between two sliding masses to describe the elasticity and damping, or between a sliding mass and the housing (model Fixed), to describe a coupling of the sliding mass with the housing via a spring/damper.

Parameters (6)

stateSelect

Value: StateSelect.prefer

Type: StateSelect

Description: Priority to use s_rel and v_rel as states

s_nominal

Value: 1e-4

Type: Distance (m)

Description: Nominal value of s_rel (used for scaling)

useHeatPort

Value: false

Type: Boolean

Description: =true, if heatPort is enabled

c

Value:

Type: TranslationalSpringConstant (N/m)

Description: Spring constant

d

Value:

Type: TranslationalDampingConstant (N·s/m)

Description: Damping constant

s_rel0

Value: 0

Type: Position (m)

Description: Unstretched spring length

Connectors (3)

flange_a

Type: Flange_a

Description: Left flange of compliant 1-dim. translational component

flange_b

Type: Flange_b

Description: Right flange of compliant 1-dim. translational component

heatPort

Type: HeatPort_a

Description: Optional port to which dissipated losses are transported in form of heat

Used in Examples (6)

ActuatorWithNoise

Modelica.Blocks.Examples.NoiseExamples

Demonstrates how to model measurement noise in an actuator

InitialConditions

Modelica.Mechanics.Translational.Examples

Setting of initial conditions

Damper

Modelica.Mechanics.Translational.Examples

Use of damper models

ElastoGap

Modelica.Mechanics.Translational.Examples

Demonstrate usage of ElastoGap

HeatLosses

Modelica.Mechanics.Translational.Examples

Demonstrate the modeling of heat losses

TestCylinder

Modelica.Thermal.FluidHeatFlow.Examples

Two cylinder system