Date: June 11th, 1 PM (EST)
Host: Albert Dunford
Duration: 90 minutes. Recording on the right
In this webinar we are focusing on the design and simulation of microgrids.
We are designing the microgrid using:
Microgrids pose a unique set of challenges which will result in very long simulations with traditional simulation tools.
Some of these challenges are:
These challenges usually work against having "short simulations". DSIM was developed to address this very shortcoming - and it delivers!
Scripting is being used to automate multiple design scenarios once the microgrid system is built in DSIM.
The microgrid consists of multiple converters providing energy to the grid:
The design example is meant to include several different types of converter to show the ability of DSIM to handle and quickly simulate complex systems.
In this webinar you will learn how to determine open loop transfer functions of 3 phase inverters in PSIM and then use SmartCtrl to define dq based control loops for current and voltage control. DSIM will then be used to simulate all of the individual converters working together.
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