|Bridge Firing Unit (AC)||Implement six pulse firing unit with notch filters for three-phase thyristor bridge|
|Bridge Firing Unit (DC)||Generate gate signals for single- or three-phase thyristor bridge|
|Current Controller (Brushless DC)||Implement current/torque controller model for brushless DC machine.|
|Current Controller (DC)||Implement PI current controller model for DC machine|
|Direct Torque Controller||Implement direct torque and flux controller (DTFC or DTC) model|
|Field-Oriented Controller||Implement a field-oriented controller model based on indirect or feedforward vector control strategy|
|Regulation Switch||Implement torque controller, and switch that selects between torque or speed regulation, for DC motor drives|
|Six-Step Generator||Implement pulse generator for six-step VSI AC motor drive|
|Space Vector Modulator||Implement space vector modulator for PWM VSI AC motor drive|
|Speed Controller (AC)||Implement speed controller model for vector controlled AC motor drives|
|Speed Controller (DC)||Implement a speed controller model for DC motor drives|
|Speed Controller (Scalar Control)||Implement speed-controller model for scalar controlled AC drives|
|Vector Controller (PMSM)||Implement vector controller model for permanent magnet synchronous machines (PMSM)|
|Vector Controller (WFSM)||Implement vector controller model for a wound-field synchronous machine (WFSM)|
|Voltage Controller (DC Bus)||Implement DC bus voltage controller for thyristor bridge rectifier|
|Chopper||Implement DC chopper model for DC motor drives|
|Circulating Current Inductors||Implement circulating current inductors for four-quadrant thyristor bridge converter|
|Inverter (Five-Phase)||Implements five-phase inverter model for five-phase PM Synchronous motor drive|
|Inverter (Three-Phase)||Implements a three-phase inverter model for AC Motor Drives|
|Thyristor Converter||Implements single or three-phase thyristor converter for DC motor drives|
|Brushless DC Motor Drive||Implement brushless DC motor drive using Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) with trapezoidal back electromotive force (BEMF)|
|DTC Induction Motor Drive||Implement direct torque and flux control (DTC) induction motor drive model|
|Field-Oriented Control Induction Motor Drive||Implement field-oriented control (FOC) induction motor drive model|
|Five-Phase PM Synchronous Motor Drive||Implement five-phase permanent magnet synchronous motor vector control drive|
|PM Synchronous Motor Drive||Implement Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) vector control drive|
|Self-Controlled Synchronous Motor Drive||Implement Self-Controlled Synchronous Motor Drive|
|Six-Step VSI Induction Motor Drive||Implement six-step inverter fed Induction Motor Drive|
|Space Vector PWM VSI Induction Motor Drive||Implement space vector PWM VSI induction motor drive|
|Four-Quadrant Chopper DC Drive||Implement four-quadrant chopper DC drive|
|Four-Quadrant Single-Phase Rectifier DC Drive||Implement single-phase dual-converter DC drive with circulating current|
|Four-Quadrant Three-Phase Rectifier DC Drive||Implement three-phase dual-converter DC drive with circulating current|
|One-Quadrant Chopper DC Drive||Implement one-quadrant chopper (buck converter topology) DC drive|
|Two-Quadrant Chopper DC Drive||Implement two-quadrant chopper (buck-boost converter topology) DC drive|
|Two-Quadrant Single-Phase Rectifier DC Drive||Implement two-quadrant single-phase rectifier DC drive|
|Two-Quadrant Three-Phase Rectifier DC Drive||Implement two-quadrant three-phase rectifier DC drive|
Learn how to use the DC drive models from the Electric Drives library.
Learn how to use the AC drive models from the Electric Drives library.
Learn how to modify the parameters of an electric drive.
Learn how to change electrical connections or control modules by modifying a drive block.
Reduce system development costs using Model-Based Design.
The Electric Drives library provides you with an easy way to incorporate electric drives in your models.
Learn how to simulate a shaft connecting a motor drive block to a mechanical load block and achieve high torque at low speed.
Explore a mechanical coupling of the AC4 (DTC three-phase induction motor-based drive) and DC2 (single-phase dual-converter DC motor drive) blocks.
Learn how to use drive a winding machine driven using the DC3 (two-quadrant three-phase rectifier DC motor drive) block.
Explore a six-degrees-of-freedom robot driven by the AC6 (brushless DC motor drive) blocks.
Learn how to build a motor drive model according to your specific requirements.