Absolute Reference (MA)
Reference point at zero absolute temperature and pressure
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The Absolute Reference (MA) block represents an absolute reference for the pressure and temperature in a moist air network. At port A, the pressure and temperature are equal to absolute zero. Specific humidity and trace gas mass fraction are also equal to zero.
Unlike other domains, where each topologically distinct circuit within a domain must contain at least one reference block, moist air networks do not have this requirement. For more information, see Reference Node and Grounding Rules.
The purpose of the Absolute Reference (MA) block is to provide a reference for the Pressure & Temperature Sensor (MA). For example, to measure the absolute pressure and absolute temperature of a node, connect that node to the A port of a Pressure & Temperature Sensor (MA) block. Connect the B port of the Pressure & Temperature Sensor (MA) block to an Absolute Reference (MA) block.
If you use the Absolute Reference (MA) block elsewhere in a moist air network, it triggers a simulation assertion because air mixture pressure and temperature cannot be at absolute zero.
A — Pressure, temperature, specific humidity, and trace gas mass fraction
Moist air conserving port where the pressure and temperature are equal to absolute zero, and specific humidity and trace gas mass fraction are equal to zero.
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