PartialElementaryConditionalHeatPortWithoutTPartial model to include a conditional HeatPort in order to dissipate losses, used for textual modeling, i.e., for elementary models 
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This partial model provides a conditional heat port for dissipating losses.
If this model is used, the loss power has to be provided by an equation in the model which inherits from the PartialElementaryConditionalHeatPortWithoutT model (lossPower = ...).
Note, this partial model is used in cases, where heatPort.T (that is the device temperature) is not utilized in the model. If this is desired, inherit instead from partial model PartialElementaryConditionalHeatPort.
useHeatPort 
Value: false Type: Boolean Description: =true, if heatPort is enabled 

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

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