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Advancing Marine Power Systems Using Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing search search close

With the trend of shipboard electrification, there come new requirements for power storage, power quality with fast load switching, and control systems.  From proof of concept to detailed implementation, model-based design and Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing for the system and controls is essential.  More sophisticated shipboard power systems require high-performance, and also scalable HIL testing solutions. These can accelerate the development and de-risk hardware failure. Speedgoat and MathWorks provide solutions for this by using expandable multi-core and multi-target technology. 

Topics that we will cover include:

  • Key challenges for modern shipboard power systems
  • Speedgoat / MathWorks solution to scalable HIL for real-time testing and simulation of shipboard power electronics and energy power systems
  • Learn how to create a multi-domain, real-time capable, digital twin of a 12kV medium voltage direct current (MVDC) shipboard power system using Simscape Electrical
  • Learn how to optimize digital twin performance and address scalability needs through multi-rate, multi-core, and multi-target simulation techniques
  • Demo of a multi-target HIL simulation using Speedgoat test systems with shared-memory technology 

The Authors

Steve Liu

Steve Liu
Senior Application Engineer

Graham Dudgeon

Graham Dudgeon
Principal Product Manager, MathWorks

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