This recorded webinar shows how power electronics control engineers can use rapid control prototyping (RCP) with Simulink Real-Time™ and Speedgoat real-time target machines to validate Simulink® algorithms against electric motor and power converter prototype systems. Engineers use RCP to test C and HDL code before deploying it to a microcontroller or FPGA controlling a power electronics-based system. RCP workflows provide enhanced debugging and controller tuning capabilities while avoiding the overhead of developing drivers and specialized I/O.
Starting with Simulink models for motor control and power converter control, you will see how algorithms are transformed into code using Simulink Coder™ and HDL Coder™ and deployed to Simulink Real-Time running on a Speedgoat real-time target machine. In addition, you will learn about Speedgoat’s dedicated software and hardware support for real-time simulation of power electronics-based systems.