The matter I'm trying to understand is discribed in the attached model.
The model contains two sub-models.
The first one :
(Source) -> (Line) -> (Converter_A) -> (Converter_B) -> (Line) -> Drain
The second one :
(Source) -> (Line) -> (Converter_A') -> (Converter_B') -> (Line) -> Drain
* each converter is defined by a 3 sec moving time.
The only difference between the two sub-models is the orientation of the Converter_B and Converter_B'.
Normally in the two models the Entity is supposed to go straight all the time.
But When we start the calculation we notice that there is a difference between the two models :
In the second model the entity stop and wait 3 in the Converter_A' seconds before moving to the Converter_B'. I can't understand why ?
If you have any idea I'll take it !
Thank you !
Thank you Simulator !
Yes sure if I put the moving time at 0 sec the problem is solved, you're right.
But my question was how come the Entity stopped at the previous Converter. The entity is supposed to go straight so there is no Moving Time in this case.
it seems to have something to do , that in the 2nd line you are
permantely moving sideways e.g. not in the main direction.
Therfore - I assume- the entity has to wait (in advance for the movingtime period )
for the converter to set the lift in right position for side entrance.
have a look at the model.
Thank you for your comment.
I've thought than Moving Time doesn't take place when the MUs is going straight (sub model line2).
What I'm trying to simulate is this (picture below) :
The converter is modeled by the grey square.
There are two flows geting in the Converter : Entrance 1 and Entrance 2.
That's what I'm trying to simulate from the begining in vain.
Thank you I appreciate your help.