Real-time solutions accelerate the development and testing of electric motor controls. This two-part webinar will address topics from controlling and tuning an electric motor to verifying the operation of an electric motor controller against a digital twin of an electric motor. We’ll provide several hands-on examples.
With multi-core CPUs, Simulink-programmable FPGAs, communication protocol support, and a wide range of input/output interfaces, Speedgoat real-time systems provide a turnkey solution. For example, you can deploy Simulink-based control algorithms or power electronics and motor models to run in the MHz range. You also can interface with electrical hardware or microcontrollers and provide power interfaces from a few watts to megawatts.
Topics that we will cover include:
Part 1: Rapid Prototyping for Electric Motor Control Designs
- Rapid Control Prototyping with Speedgoat testing systems
- Data-driven model-based design of both motor model and controller
- Deploying and tuning control concepts
such as FOC, MPC, or reinforcement learning
- Demo of controlling a brushless DC motor
Part 2: Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing of Electric Motor Control Systems
- Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing with Speedgoat testing systems
- High-fidelity FPGA-based simulation of electric motor drives
- Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing of a motor controller
- Motor emulation for Power-HIL testing of traction inverters
- Workflows for automated testing