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Drivetrain Disturbances

Noise injection and fault responses

Noise and sinusoidal source blocks allow you to inject random or sinusoidal disturbances into your driveline model.

Faultable damper blocks allow you to detect and respond to disturbances. You can enable the damping coefficient to change at a particular time in the simulation or when the number of shocks for a given acceleration exceeds a specified limit.

Simscape Blocks

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Force Noise SourceModel zero-mean normally (Gaussian) distributed force
Rotational Velocity Noise SourceProduce zero-mean normally (Gaussian) distributed rotational velocity
Torque Noise SourceModel zero-mean normally (Gaussian) distributed torque
Translational Velocity Noise SourceProduce zero-mean normally (Gaussian) distributed translational velocity
Sinusoidal Force SourceProduce sinusoidal force
Sinusoidal Rotational Velocity SourceProduce sinusoidal rotational velocity
Sinusoidal Torque SourceProduce sinusoidal torque
Sinusoidal Translational Velocity SourceProduce sinusoidal translational velocity
Rotational DamperFaultable linear rotational damper
Translational DamperFaultable linear translational damper


Model Drivetrain Noise

Model random noise in a drivetrain.

Model and Detect Drivetrain Faults

Model faults that disturb drivetrains.