Mixing the IRTF component with mechanical components.

Coupling the IRTF to rotational components
The mechanical output from the IRTF component is the electromagnetic torque produced in the the IRTF component. The input to the IRTF component is the position of the rotor. Using the Rotational component from the Interface/Mechanical section, the IRTF component can be coupled to standard mechanical components. (Components/Circuit/Rotational) <br>Click to close the image

Coupling the IRTF to translational components
For a linear machine, the mechanical output from the IRTF component is the electromagnetic force produced in the the IRTF component. The input to the IRTF component is the position of the rotor. Using the Translational component from the Interface/Mechanical section, the IRTF component can be coupled to standard mechanical components. (Components/Circuit/Translational)
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Coupling to non-linear mechanical components
The non-linear mechanical components from the components/library/mechanical section are highly on-linear models that are difficult to model using state space equations. Therefore this coupling provides a method to control more complicated drive systems, such as gearboxes with backlash, clutches and brakes, or even complete mechanical drive trains.
Using hte interface blocks for coupling with third party tools, a coupling to 3D multibody simulators is possible.

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