The if statement I tried to write for the send to look a bit like this: if(Label([depart]-time,
but I don't know how to put the 5 min in (300 sec)
I would be cautious trying to set the cycletime on the 'send to'-statement. Most atoms (like the MultiService) provide the option to set the cycletime using the GUI. For more information you can look at the Help-entry of the MultiService. The help can be found in the ribbon.
Hopefully this helps!
I've built this model. The idea is to create a simulation model with 6 platforms based on the preferred distribution in bus.xls
and determine the required size of the alighting location and of the buffer.
It is important to know the distinction between the 'Cycletime' parameter and the 'Send to' parameter. The 'Cycletime' parameter indicates the time needed to process products/atoms. The 'Send to' parameter is used to determine the output channel through which the product/atom needs to be sent. The moment on which the product/atom is released is not influenced by the 'Send to' statement. A MultiService has both the 'Cycletime' and 'Send to' parameters. A queue has the 'Send to' parameter but not the 'Cycletime' parameter.
Furthermore, I suggest you take a look at the parameters needed in the function Label. This information can be found in the help.