Two models of a double mass-spring-damper, one using Simulink® input/output blocks and one using Simscape™ physical networks.
A model of a system that connects rotational and translational motion. A summing lever drives a load consisting of a mass, viscous friction, and a spring connected to its joint C. Joint B is
A mass attached to a spring and a viscous damper. The mass is driven by an ideal velocity source through a friction element. The motion profile of the source is selected in such a way that
The use of the Simscape™ Lever block in a linkage mechanism. Lever 1 and Lever 4 are first class levers with the fulcrum at the end. Lever 3 is a second class lever with the fulcrum in the middle.
This model shows a mechanical rotational system with stick-slip friction. An inertia is connected to a fixed point by spring and damper. The inertia is driven by a velocity source via a
Two masses connected by a hard stop. Mass 1 is driven by an Ideal Velocity Source. As the velocity input changes direction, Mass 2 will stay at rest until Mass 1 reaches the other end of the
Two models of a mass-spring-damper, one using Simulink® input/output blocks and one using Simscape™ physical networks.