Event Delay elements provide a mechanism for delaying a discrete event signal. Once an Event Delay receives a discrete event signal, it holds it for a specified time period, and then emits it.
Triggered after 10 days, and the signal is delayed for exactly 10 days.
Triggered after 10 days and the signal is delayed for about 30 days (the delay time is dispersed with mean of 30 days). Dispersed means that actual delay time various randomly about the specified mean
Trigger on 10th and 13th day. Delay treatd as a conveyor with change in delay time immediately after 1st event (decreasing from 10000 days to 5 days).
Triggered on Day 10 and 13. The delay is not treated as a conveyor. Delay time decreases from 20 days to 5 days after 1st event.
To Open the Model File:
- Start GoldSim
- Click on the File and select Open Example...
- Browse to General Examples --> Events
- Select the file called EventDelay.gsm