Below you can see the 3D version of the results of the previous simulation. The horizontal axes are the controller gain and the time (growing from left to right).
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In the following you can see another example of a continuous Bluesss model. This is a model given by the bond graph. Recall that bond graph is a graphical representation of the dynamics of a physical system, used mainly to simulate mechanical systems. The Bluesss screen shown below corresponds to one of the models (mechanical system) given in the article of Francoise Cellier,  Hierarchical non-linear bond graphs: a unified methodology for modeling complex physical systems, SIMULATION, April 1992.
The next figure shows one of the Bluesss screns with time-plots of selected variables of this bond graph model.
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