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End Position Damping

In the case of end position damping, the kinetic energy is converted to heat energy.
At a constant delay, the following applies:

m


2

= A * p * s (Energy conservation law)

m = Moved mass (kg)
v = Speed [m/s]
A = Effective damping area [m²]
p = Average damping pressure in

N


s = Damping distance [m]

This results in the average damping pressure:

p

=

m * v²


2 * A * s

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