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Jun-10-13 12:18:09

Hello,

i was working with SimulationX and Modelica for a long time and now we are recently trying to switch to OMedit. In SimulationX you could use a Typedesigner to create custimized Libary elements. Is this also possible in OMedit and how? How can I specify a connetor in OMedit? Can somebody give me an example for a translational spring? I am not looking for the equation. I am looking for the connector-settings. Translational can only be connected to translational elements and so on. Does somebody has a tutorial?

Best regards,

pheinze

Jun-10-13 13:14:33

Hi,

Create a new connector via File->New Modelica Class, give it some name and choose the connector from the restriction drop down.

Draw icon for the connector in the icon view and type in the required equations in the Modelica text view.

Adeel.

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Jun-10-13 14:38:17

Hello Adeel,

Thank you for your reply. I clicked on File>New>Connector. I can give it some name but I don't not find any option in the drop down menu - it's simply blank. Am I doing it wrong or is there some settings or additional programm installation necessary. Could you send me some screenshoots on my email address? (ph.heinze@web.de)

Best regards

Jun-10-13 14:42:57

Check email.

Adeel.

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Aug-13-18 11:21:02

Can you describe the problems?

Adeel.

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Aug-13-18 12:10:15

Thanks very much for your response.

to see the movements of bearing elements clearly and to mix the cage flexibility of cage into analysis on bearing dynamics, I use SimulationX to perform the work before using Openmodelica.

I am using simulationx typedesigner to develop the force element between each element of bearing, Even I checked the equations of bearing interactions lots of times, I still find that always error occurs in the model.

I would like to attach the equations programmed here to describle the interaction bearing inner race and tapered roller,(now firstly assume that it is a cylinder bearing with contact angle 0, const roller diameter and const inner ring diameter), which are based on Gupta work.

in the typedesigner, the behavior is written :

// enter your equations here

//transformation from Inner ring CS to WCS

Tir=ctr1.R;

//transformation from Roller CS to WCS

Tib=ctr2.R;

//transformation from Azimuth CS to Contact CS

alfa=0;

Tac=[1,0,0;0,cos(alfa),-sin(alfa);0,sin(alfa),cos(alfa)];//

//other variants of CS transformation

Tbr*Tib=Tir;

Tib*Tbi=identity(3);//identity(3)=[1,0,0;0,1,0;0,0,1];

//vectors under different CSs

Rbr_r=Tir*(ctr2.x-ctr1.x);

//material parameters

E=2.06*e^11;

v=0.3;

kn=0.39*(4*(1-v^2)/E+4*(1-v^2)/E)^0.9;

L=48;//roller length: using a same roller contact length to calculate even under tilting motions

//load initialization

Fr={0,0,0};

Fb={0,0,0};

Mb={0,0,0};

Mr={0,0,0};

// slice Method: 7 slices of one roller

for n in 1:7 loop

z=L/7*(n-(7+1)/2);

//firstly, get slice center in Ring CS:Rsr_r

Rsr_r=Rbr_r+Tbr*{0,0,z};//slice center

tan(azimuthphis)=-Rsr_r[1]/Rsr_r[2];//=slice azimuth

Tra=[cos(azimuthphis),-sin(azimuthphis),0;sin(azimuthphis),cos(azimuthphis),0;0,0,1];//z:transform from Inner race CS to azimuth CS

//secondly, find P point in Roller CS,Ring CS,Azimuth CS

Rsn=25;// roller diameter

Rpb_b={-Rsn*sin(phipb),Rsn*cos(phipb),z};

Rpr_r=Tbr*Rpb_b+Rbr_r;

Rpr_a=Tra*Rpr_r;

Rpr_a[1]=0;//using 0 x-value under Azimuth CS to locate P's azimuth phipb w.r.t slice center

//thirdly, get slice deformation and slice load under Contact CS

Rrn=80;// inner ring diameter

defp=(-Rpr_a[2]+Rrn)*cos(alfa);//direct deformation calculation:defp

if defp>0 then

defp/1000=kn*qs^0.9/(L/1000)*0.8;//slice load calculation using Palmgren formula:qs

else

qs=0;

end if;

//forthly Tac, traction force calculation:capture P velocities(in both inner race and roller)under Contact CS

kt=0.05; // using const friction coefficient temporarily

//fifthly, traction force calculation: P force from Contact CS to WCS

Fcs={-kt*qs,qs,0};

Tac*Fas=Fcs;

Tra*Frs=Fas;

Tbr*Fbs=Frs;

Mbs=cross(Rpb_b,Fbs);

Mrs=cross(Rpr_r,Frs);//fake

Fr=Fr+Frs;

Fb=Fb+Fbs;

Mb=Mb+Mbs;

Mr=Mr+Mrs;

end for;

ctr1.F=Fr;

ctr1.T=Mr;

ctr2.F=Fb;

ctr2.T=Mb;

thx a lot for your time

shao

Aug-13-18 12:42:52

sorry , I also try to submit some pic here. but failed.

and I know it may be hard for other engineers to read the idea of bearing since I have spent too much on it for many years.

but modelica language will make it be easily accepted by others.

so the main problems may be:

I misused some syntax.

shao

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