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Designing the power stage of a motor drive poses several interesting design and optimization tradeoffs. And what makes it even more complex is that you typically require a working motor drive control algorithm to drive the motor at the shaft speed and at your developed torque set points of interest.
Some major design decisions involve
One typical challenge is getting a working control algorithm from the control design group.
Another time-wasting activity is setting up and running the many simulations that are required to compare these dependent design variables.
And then, What if someone wants to evaluate performance at a lower switching speed?
The control loops likely need to be totally redesigned to accommodate this and then everything needs to be re-simulated.
Do you have time for this?
Using PSIM's design and automation tools we will show you how to enable even someone with little knowledge of motor control algorithms to quickly design and verify the performance of the power stage without requiring input from a separate controls group:
It almost couldn't be more convenient and easy to use.
We will demonstrate PSIM's link to Simulink as this is another typical approach to power stage design: PSIM simulates the power stage while the control is in Simulink.
PSIM functionality that we cover in this webinar:
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