So I'm doing some modelling in a power systems simulation software (PSCAD)
I'm using the integrator block in that software.
Now unlike SIMULINK PSCAD doesn't offer a \$ 1 \over s \$ block but offers a \$1 \over s*T\$ block where \$ T \$ is the time constant.
I just want a simple integration operation done, i.e:
When I input
$$ A*sin(100t) $$
I want to get
$$ -(A/100)*cos(100t) $$ What should I set the time constant \$ T \$ to get this basic result?