DamperLinear 1D rotational damper 
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Linear, velocity dependent damper element. It can be either connected between an inertia or gear and the housing (component Fixed), or between two inertia/gear elements.
See also the discussion State Selection in the User's Guide of the Rotational library.
phi_nominal 
Value: 1e4 Type: Angle (rad) Description: Nominal value of phi_rel (used for scaling) 

stateSelect 
Value: StateSelect.prefer Type: StateSelect Description: Priority to use phi_rel and w_rel as states 
useHeatPort 
Value: false Type: Boolean Description: =true, if heatPort is enabled 
d 
Value: Type: RotationalDampingConstant (N·m·s/rad) Description: Damping constant 
flange_a 
Type: Flange_a Description: Left flange of compliant 1dim. rotational component 


flange_b 
Type: Flange_b Description: Right flange of compliant 1dim. rotational component 

heatPort 
Type: HeatPort_a Description: Optional port to which dissipated losses are transported in form of heat 
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