InitEnumeration defining initialization of a block 
This information is part of the Modelica Standard Library maintained by the Modelica Association.
The following initialization alternatives are available:
NoInit
fixed=false
)SteadyState
InitialState
InitialOutput
NoInit 
No initialization (start values are used as guess values with fixed=false) 

SteadyState 
Steady state initialization (derivatives of states are zero) 
InitialState 
Initialization with initial states 
InitialOutput 
Initialization with initial outputs (and steady state of the states if possible) 
Modelica.Blocks.Examples Demonstrates the Continuous.Filter block with various options 
Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Output the integral of the input signal with optional reset 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Integrator with limited value of the output and optional reset 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Approximated derivative block 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous First order transfer function block (= 1 pole) 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Second order transfer function block (= 2 poles) 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous ProportionalIntegral controller 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Linear transfer function 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Linear state space system 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Output the input signal filtered with a low pass Butterworth filter of any order 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Output the input signal filtered with an nth order filter with critical damping 

Modelica.Blocks.Continuous Continuous low pass, high pass, band pass or band stop IIRfilter of type CriticalDamping, Bessel, Butterworth or ChebyshevI 

Modelica.Blocks.Nonlinear Limits the slew rate of a signal 

Modelica.Electrical.Machines.Examples.ControlledDCDrives.Utilities Limited PIcontroller with antiwindup and feedforward 