Parametric Diagram may look similar to the Internal Block Diagram we have been drawing. A Parametric Diagram is actually a restricted Internal Block Diagram. Therefore, you can create Parametric Diagrams in the same way as Internal Block Diagrams.
You can create Constraint Properties as parts of the Internal Block Diagram and Constraint Parameters as Ports. However, the type of Constraint Properties is restricted to Constraint Blocks. Now let’s create “fuelFlow:FuelFlow” Constraint Properties!
Create Constraint Property
Constraint Properties express the constraints of a constraint block of type.
Create a “ParametricDomain” package from the pop-up menu of the project root in the structure tree.
Create a “FuelFlow” Constraint Block from the pop-up menu of the “ParametricDomain” package.
In the Constraints tab of the Properties View, press “Add” and enter “flowrate=press/(4*injectorDemand)” in the Constraints edit area.
Drag and drop the “FuelFlow” constraint block from the structure tree onto the Parametric Diagram and rename it to “fuelFlow”.
Add Value Properties
Let’s create the “ice.fi.fuelDemand” value property. First, we need to ask you to modify the “PowerSubsystem Fuel Flow Definition” Block Definition Diagram as shown below.