In electrical domain, we have resistors, capacitors, and inductors as fundamental constitutive elements. Similarly, in mechanical domain, we have masses, springs and dampers.
In most of the literature, we can immediately see that they have the one-to-one relation, perse i.e., we can go from one form of representation to other, or even mix them up (mechatronics). However, the problem I see is, in the electrical domain, we have the inductor which is an energy storage element, representing an integrator, collectively speaking. In contrast, when we look it up in the mechanical domain, all we have are mass-spring-damper equivalent, and there is no explicit representation for an inductor.
So, my question is this, does there exists a fundamental equivalent for an inductor in mechanical domain i.e., a mechanical equivalent of an integrator with a physical meaning in itself. If so, how it is called?
I have tried a lot of literature to find one but failed in the quest. So, all your help and suggestions are welcome.