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Is there any solution ?
I add picture below, so I hope you can easily understand what I want.
Hope cosmos can do....
This is a COSMOSMotion specific application. The best way to thinkabout power is that it is a function of Force times velocity. Hencethe faster a motor goes, the less torque it will apply. So thetorque curve of the motor is very important to determining theappropriate motor selection.
There are 2 ways to approach either the electric or hydraulicscenario. You can drive the system initially with infinite powerand see what the resulting force/torque needs are as a function oftime/position (this is the easiest and most common approach).Alternatively, you can import your motor characteristic curves anduse those to limit the maximum force it can apply at a given speed,etc. It requires setting up some function expressions, but canaccurately model the motor characteristics. The key benefit you getwith using COSMOSMotion to undertake this analysis, is that it willgive real resistance loads as a function of time and position basedon mass and inertia, which is obviously not easy to work out byhand in many cases.