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Translational Damper
Translational Damper
Purpose
Ideal viscous translational damper
Library
Mechanical / Translational / Components
Description
The Translational Damper models an ideal linear damper in a translational
system described with the following equations:
F=  D v
where F is the force flow from the unmarked towards the marked flange and v
is the speed of the marked flange with respect to the unmarked one.
Parameters
Damper constant
The damping (viscous friction) constant D, in
Ns
m
.
Initial displacement
The initial displacement of the flanges, in meters. May be specified in or-
der to provide proper initial conditions if absolute positions are measured
anywhere in the system. Otherwise, this parameter can be left blank.
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Component Reference
Translational Friction
Purpose
Ideal translational stick/slip friction
Library
Mechanical / Translational / Components
Description
The Translational Friction models any combination of static, Coulomb and vis-
cous friction between two flanges in a translational system. While the compo-
nent is stuck, it exerts whatever force is necessary in order to maintain zero
relative speed between the flanges, up to the limit of the breakaway force F
brk
.
When the breakaway force is exceeded, the flanges begin sliding against each
other, and the component exerts a force that consists of the Coulomb friction
force F
C
and a speed-dependent viscous friction force c
v
v.
The figure below shows the speed/force characteristic and the state chart of
the component. Note that the friction force is opposed to the movement, hence
the negative sign.
Sticking
Sliding
backward
Sliding
forward
F
brk
< -
F
brk
> 0
< 0
F
brk
v
-F
F
C
c
v
⋅v
Parameters
Breakawayfrictionforce
The maximum magnitude of the stiction force F
brk
,in Netwon. Must be
greater than or equal to zero.
Coulomb friction force
The magnitude of the (constant) Coulomb friction force F
C
,in Netwon.
Must be greater than or equal to zero and less than or equal to the break-
away friction force.
Viscous friction coefficient
The proportionality coefficient c
v
that determines the speed dependent vis-
cous friction force, in
Ns
m
.
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Translational Friction
Probe Signals
Force
The transmitted force F flowing from the unmarked to the marked flange,
in Newton (N).
Speed
The speed v of the marked flange with respect to the unmarked flange, in
m
s
.
State
The internal state of the component:
-1
sliding backward,
0
stuck,
+1
slid-
ing forward.
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Component Reference
Translational Hard Stop
Purpose
Ideal translational hard stop
Library
Mechanical / Translational / Components
Description
The Translational Hard Stop models an ideal one- or two-sided hard stop in
atranslational system, which restricts the relative displacement of the two
flanges between an upper and lower limit. While the displacement is within
the limits, no torque is transmitted. When the displacement hits either limit,
the displacement is clamped at the limit and the flanges become rigidly con-
nected until the transmitted force reverses.
The figure below shows the displacement/force characteristic and the state
chart of the component.
Inside
limits
Lower
limit
Upper
limit
x
min
:= 
x
min
:= 
x
max
x
max
< 0
> 0
:= 0
x
min
x
max
x
F
Parameters
Upper limit
The maximum displacement x
max
between the flanges, in meters. Set to
inf
to disable this limit.
Lower limit
The minimum displacement x
min
between the flanges, in meters. Set to
-inf
to disable this limit.
Initial displacement
The initial displacement of the flanges, in meters.
Probe Signals
Force
The transmitted torque F flowing from the unmarked to the marked
flange, in Newton (N).
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Translational Hard Stop
Displacement
The displacement x of the marked flange with respect to the unmarked
flange, in meters (m).
State
The internal state of the component:
-1
in lower limit,
0
inside limits,
+1
in upper limit.
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Component Reference
Translational Port
Purpose
Add translational flange to subsystem
Library
Mechanical / Translational / Components
Description
Translational ports are used to establish translational mechanical connections
between a schematic and the subschematic of a subsystem (see page 533). If
you copy a Translational Port block into the schematic of a subsystem, a ter-
minal will be created on the subsystem block. The name of the port block will
appear as the terminal label. If you choose to hide the block name by unse-
lecting the show name option in the block menu, the terminal label will also
disappear.
Terminals can be moved around the edges of the subsystem by holding down
the Shift key while dragging the terminal with the left mouse button or by
using the middle mouse button.
Translational Ports in a Top-Level Schematic
In the PLECS Blockset, if a Translational Port is placed in a top-level
schematic, the PLECS Circuit block in the Simulink model will show a cor-
responding translational terminal, which may be connected with other trans-
lational terminals of the same or a different PLECS Circuit block. The Trans-
lational Port is also assigned a unique physical port number. Together with
the parameter Location on circuit block the port number determines the
position of the translational terminal of the PLECS Circuit block.
For compatibility reasons you can also place an Translational Port in a top-
level schematic in PLECS Standalone. However, since there is no parent sys-
tem to connect to, such a port will act like an isolated node.
Parameter
Port number
If a Translational Port is placed in a top-level schematic in the PLECS
Blockset, this parameter determines the position, at which the correspond-
ing terminal appears on the PLECS Circuit block.
Locationoncircuit block
If a Translational Port is placed in a top-level schematic in the PLECS
Blockset, this parameter specifies the side of the PLECS Circuit block, on
which the corresponding terminal appears. By convention,
left
refers to
the side, on which also input terminals are shown, and
right
refers to the
side, on which also output terminals are shown.
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Translational Reference
Translational Reference
Purpose
Connect to common translational reference frame
Library
Mechanical / Translational / Components
Description
The Translational Reference implements a connection to the translational ref-
erence frame that has a fixed absolute position of zero.
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Component Reference
Translational Speed (Constant)
Purpose
Maintain constant translational speed
Library
Mechanical / Translational / Sources
Description
The Constant Translational Speed maintains a constant linear speed between
its two flanges regardless of the force required. The speed is considered posi-
tive at the flange marked with a “+”.
Note A speed source may not be short-circuited or connected in parallel with
other speed sources, nor may a speed source directly drive a mass.
Parameters
Second flange
Controls whether the second flange is accessible or connected to the trans-
lational reference frame.
Speed
The magnitude of the speed, in
m
s
.The default value is
1
.
Probe Signals
Force
The generated force flowing from the unmarked flange to the marked
flange, in Newton (N).
Speed
The speed, in
m
s
.
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Translational Speed (Controlled)
Translational Speed (Controlled)
Purpose
Maintain variable translational speed
Library
Mechanical / Translational / Sources
Description
The Controlled Translational Speed maintains a variable linear speed between
its two flanges regardless of the force required. The speed is considered posi-
tive at the flange marked with a “+”. The momentary speed is determined by
the signal fed into the input of the component.
Note A speed source may not be short-circuited or connected in parallel with
other speed sources, nor may a speed source directly drive a mass.
Parameters
Second flange
Controls whether the second flange is accessible or connected to the trans-
lational reference frame.
Allow state-space inlining
For expert use only! When set to
on
and the input signal is a linear com-
bination of mechanical measurements, PLECS will eliminate the input
variable from the state-space equations and substitute it with the corre-
sponding output variables. The default is
off
.
Probe Signals
Force
The generated force flowing from the unmarked flange to the marked
flange, in Newton (N).
Speed
The speed, in
m
s
.
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Component Reference
Translational Speed Sensor
Purpose
Output measured linear speed as signal
Library
Mechanical / Translational / Sensors
Description
The Translational Speed Sensor measures the linear speed of the flange
marked with a dot with respect to the other flange.
Note Speed and position sensors are ideally compliant. Hence, if multiple
speed or position sensors are connected in series the speed or position measured
by an individualsensor is undefined. This producesa run-time error.
Parameter
Second flange
Controls whether the second flange is accessible or connected to the trans-
lational reference frame.
Probe Signal
Speed
The measured speed, in
m
s
.
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