Couplings and drives blocks represent power transmission elements and systems such as springs, dampers, pulleys, and drives. To model the dynamic transfer of torques and motions, connect these blocks together just as you would assemble a physical driveline system.
|Belt Drive||Power transmission system with taut belt connecting two pulleys|
|Belt Pulley||Power transmission element with frictional belt wrapped around pulley circumference|
|Chain Drive||Power transmission system with chain and two sprockets|
|Flexible Shaft||Driveline shaft with torsional compliance|
|Rope Drum||Power transmission system with tightly wound rope around cylindrical drum|
|Shock Absorber||Mechanism for damping translational vibrations|
|Torque Converter||Viscous fluid coupling between rotating driveline shafts|
|Torsional Spring-Damper||Rotational spring and damper coupling, with Coulomb friction, locking, and hard stops|
|Universal Joint||Rotational coupling between two driveline shafts|
|Variable Ratio Transmission||Dynamic gearbox with variable and controllable gear ratio, transmission compliance, and friction losses|
|Nonlinear Rotational Damper||Rotational damper based on polynomial or lookup-table parameterizations|
|Nonlinear Rotational Spring||Torsional spring based on polynomial or lookup table parameterizations|
|Nonlinear Translational Damper||Translational damper based on polynomial or lookup table parameterizations|
|Nonlinear Translational Spring||Translational spring based on polynomial or lookup table parameterizations|
|Rotational Damper||Faultable linear rotational damper|
|Translational Damper||Faultable linear translational damper|
|Variable Rotational Damper||Rotational damper with variable damping coefficient|
|Variable Rotational Spring||Rotational spring with variable spring stiffness|
|Variable Translational Damper||Translational viscous damper with variable damping coefficient|
|Variable Translational Spring||Translational spring with variable spring stiffness|
Model a time-varying inertia using a variable ratio transmission.
Model damping due to viscous friction.
Model random noise in a drivetrain.
Model faults that disturb drivetrains.
Lean about belt direction and using tensioners and inertias in pulley networks.
Learn how to solve initialization and motion issues in pulley networks.