Slew Rate Limiter
Limits the slew rate of a signal
Modelica Standard Library
The Slew Rate Limiter block limits the slew rate of its output signal to the range Falling,Rising. To ensure this for arbitrary inputs and in order to produce a differentiable output, the input is numerically differentiated with derivative time constant Td. Smaller time constant Td means nearer ideal derivative. The user has to choose the derivative time constant according to the nature of the input signal.
The Signal Size parameter assigns the dimension of the input and output connectors.
Real input vector
Real output vector
Dimension of input and output signals
Maximum rising slew rate
Maximum falling slew rate
Time constant used to compute numerical derivative
Initial or guess value of output (=state)
Steady state initialization (derivatives of states are zero)
Type of initialization (SteadyState implies y = u)
True (checked) ensures limits are strictly enforced via events
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