lightbulb-o current state diagram for a railway station

8 years 8 months ago - 8 years 8 months ago #2315 by jeanpierre92
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hi community,

Can someone help me with creating a current state diagram. I tried several models but I failed every time. I dont know how to implement the delays and if that is a new state or not. It is a model for a railway bridge
This are the requirements:

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Thanks in advance!

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8 years 8 months ago #2316 by barbe.rousse
Hi, Could you share your try with us?

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8 years 8 months ago - 8 years 8 months ago #2317 by jeanpierre92
Oke I uploaded my try. It didn't work out as you can see :whistle: :silly:
Its a mess I cant figure out how to create the current state diagram correctly.
The down-most left page is the last one I tried

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8 years 8 months ago #2318 by barbe.rousse
Something like that?

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8 years 8 months ago - 8 years 8 months ago #2319 by jeanpierre92

barbe.rousse wrote: Something like that?

Thanks for your reply but I don't understand your diagram completely.

If the machine is in state B and /g'() then does it goes to state A or B? Because there are 2 outgoing arrows. And if the machine is in state B and /g() is high? Then it has to loop right? And can you explain what your states mean?

Thanks!

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8 years 8 months ago #2320 by barbe.rousse
Hi,

Concerning the loop issue, it is a mistake from my side when I tried to reproduce your figure. I fixed it and you can find it below.

For the meaning of the state, I truely do not know. I just tried to reproduce your "current state diagram" is it what you wanted, right?


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