Modeling of Mechanical Oscillatory Systems with One Degree of Freedom
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In this chapter, the reader is invited to study methods of modeling single component, multicomponent, and hybrid systems using two alternative approaches: developing computer models directly with Modelica language and using component modeling technologies with the application of the standard Modelica libraries. The following mechanical oscillatory systems with one degree of freedom are considered: a mathematical pendulum, a Galileo’s pendulum, and an elastic pendulum. Illustrative examples of designing dynamic models are given with increasing their complexity.
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