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This is the base model for analysis workflow examples.
Use functions which analyze Simscape™ logging data to get harmonic magnitudes, calculate total harmonic distortion percentage and plot harmonic magnitudes. The model to which this analysis is applied is of a three-phase rectifier. The functions demonstrated are: ee_getHarmonics
Two test harnesses that add confidence that a PMSM is correctly parameterized from a datasheet. It also calculates motor efficiency at rated speed and torque.
Identify PMSM motor parameters from experimental measurements.
Estimate the back EMF and torque constants of a blackbox permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) with an unknown flux linkage. You can use either the back EMF or torque constant to describe the flux linkage and parameterize a Simscape™ Electrical™ PMSM block. This parameterization allows you to accurately replicate the blackbox motor's behaviour in simulation.
Identify the parameters of a supercapacitor. Instead of collecting voltage and current waveforms from a real supercapacitor, the example generates voltage and current waveforms by running a simulation of a supercapacitor using parameter values that are already known. Then the example applies a parameter identification methodology  to the waveforms.
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