To speed up the design using MATLAB Simulink

10 ways to speed up the design of numerically controlled power converters using Simulink
Updated 5 Apr 2024

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Under designing digital control process for power converters, the first step is to model and simulate various power sources, converter loads, and passive components (such as resistors and capacitors). Physical objects such as active components (such as power transistors), as well as feedback and scheduling control algorithms required to regulate voltage and meet stringent design requirements.
Using Simulink to automate tasks and eliminate hardware integration errors ® Simulations can accomplish things that manual coding cannot achieve. Utilizing the system Level modeling and simulation, you can:
Conduct trade-off research and optimization analysis to achieve a balance
between cost and performance
Generate C/C++and HDL code using your model
Verify your design through real-time simulation and submit it to software
engineers for algorithm code generation
Here we provide 10 widely proven methods to help you use Simulink for system level
simulation and improve digital control of power converters

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BLAISE KEVINE (2024). To speed up the design using MATLAB Simulink (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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