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Topic: Simulate rotating disk with spring
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Jean-Philippe

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Simulate rotating disk with spring
Posted: Nov 19, 2013 12:08 PM
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Hi!

I want to simulate the reaction of a rotating disc with 2 spring in simulink. On my picture, you can see a disk rotating over a shaft. My disc has 2 spring attached to the shaft. They slow my rotation.

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Here is how it work: You turn the disk (90 degrees) and release it, then it oscillate until it completely stops.

I would like to do a simulink with a response like my chart(graphic) on the picture. I need to enter my spring k constant and somewhere to enter friction of bearing (that friction factor is going to be the one to help me align reality and theory).

Thanks a lot for your help, I know this is a really simple simulink, but it's been a lot of time since my last use of simulink!!

Jean-Philippe



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