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Old 12-25-2008
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Hi everybody,

I just want to determine the lift acceleration and deceleration of an ASRS vehicle.

Could you please help?

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Enver, the standard ASRS has no acceleration associated with the lift - it just begins travel at the specified lift speed.
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Enver,

Attached is a model that uses a BasicTE for the ASRS object. The regular acceleration/deceleration in the GUI controls the x and y. The labels in the BasicTE (liftacceleration & liftdeceleration) control x.

You can look through the BasicTE to see how they work.
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