Full-switching Electric Drive FPGA-based Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation
In this webinar you will learn how to perform hardware-in-the-loop testing of power electronics controllers, without leaving the MATLAB and Simulink environment.
Speedgoat FPGA I/O modules are used to execute electric drive models with the required resolution and fidelity for simulating high frequency switching dynamics such as current ripple and spatial harmonics. We’ll explain how to:
- Use HDL Coder Workflow Advisor and Simulink Real-Time build process to transition from desktop simulation to hardware-in-the-loop testing
- Build and execute electric motor drive models on Speedgoat FPGA-based I/O modules and connect to TI F28379D development kit
- Deploy ready-to-run reference applications to easily get started with hardware-in-the-loop testing without going through advanced modeling aspects
About the Presenters
Pablo Romero is a Senior Application Engineer at MathWorks specializing in real-time systems, verification, validation, and physical modelling. He previously worked at BMW Group modelling vehicle dynamics, and at Airbus Defense and Space validating flight control laws. He received his M.Sc. in aeronautical engineering from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and carried out his final project at the TU München.
Carlos Villegas has over 10 years of experience in electrical machines, power electronics and automotive control systems, including in-vehicle rapid control prototyping at Daimler Research (Germany), and the development of renewable energy systems up to 2 MW. He received a Ph.D. degree in Engineering from the Hamilton Institute, Ireland; an M.Sc. degree in Mechatronics from CINVESTAV, Mexico, and an M.Eng. degree in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from Tec de Monterrey, Mexico. As Electrification Industry Manager at Speedgoat, he is responsible for real-time solutions for electric motors, power electronics, battery systems, and power systems.
Recorded: 30 Nov 2022
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