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Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing of Control Algorithms for Modular Multi-Level Converters

Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing of Control Algorithms for Modular Multi-Level Converters

Learn how to use Simulink®, Simscape Electrical™, and Model-Based Design to develop and test the embedded software that controls a multi-level power converter and improve your knowledge of simulating power electronics control systems or wants an introduction to code generation from Simulink models.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Accelerate Development of Power Systems with Real-Time Testing

Accelerate Development of Power Systems with Real-Time Testing

This webinar will present how real-time solutions are being used to accelerate electric power generation, renewable energy integration, and onboard systems development. It highlights how Speedgoat real-time solutions enable electrical and control engineers to develop, test, and validate their innovations with hardware prototypes.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

HIL and Automated Testing Applications for Aerospace

HIL and Automated Testing Applications for Aerospace

This recorded webinar presents how hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing is used to develop, test, and validate new aircraft components or systems such as controllers for aileron actuators. 

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Advancing Electrification with Real-Time Testing

Advancing Electrification with Real-Time Testing

This recorded webinar presents how you can leverage real-time solutions to accelerate renewable energy integration and electric vehicle developments.

Recorded Webinars

Rapid Control Prototyping

Independent Generation of Sequence Elements by Motor Cortex

Independent Generation of Sequence Elements by Motor Cortex

Rapid execution of motor sequences depends on fusing movement elements into cohesive units that are executed holistically. The contribution of the primary motor and dorsal premotor cortex to this ability is determined in this paper. Also, the hypothesis that movement elements fuse makes specific predictions regarding three forms of activity, preparation, initiation, and execution is investigated.

Publication on nature.com

Published Papers

Developing and Testing Next Generation Control Systems

Developing and Testing Next Generation Control Systems

Learn how Speedgoat enables you to prototype and test complex control algorithms using full-vehicle simulation. By building a virtual environment for safe and realistic testing and verification, you can reduce prototype testing costs.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Real-Time Simulation and Control of High-Performance All-Electric Autonomous Racing Cars

Real-Time Simulation and Control of High-Performance All-Electric Autonomous Racing Cars

Discover the full autonomous software stack from Technical University of Munich’s Roborace team. Designed with Simulink and ready to run on Speedgoat.

Reference Applications

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

FPGA-Based HIL Testing of Grid-Side Converters

FPGA-Based HIL Testing of Grid-Side Converters

Use an integrated workflow to test grid-side converters safely without requiring physical prototypes.

Recorded Webinars

Reference Applications

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Current Control and FPGA-Based Real-Time Simulation of Grid-Tied Inverters

Current Control and FPGA-Based Real-Time Simulation of Grid-Tied Inverters

Learn how to synthesize a controller for a grid-side converter using observer-based linear quadratic regulator (LQR) and how to perform hardware-in-the-loop testing of grid-tied inverter using Simulink and Speedgoat hardware.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Real-Time Simulation and Testing: Hardware-in-the-Loop

Real-Time Simulation and Testing: Hardware-in-the-Loop

Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation and Testing with Simulink Real-TimeTM and Speedgoat target computers.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Continental: Accelerated Development Using Rapid Control Prototyping

Continental: Accelerated Development Using Rapid Control Prototyping

This project shows a solution whereby engineers can quickly move from SIL to HIL using a Speedgoat system with programmable FPGA technology instead of an original ECU. 

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

HIL Testing for Power Electronics using Simulink and Speedgoat FPGAs

HIL Testing for Power Electronics using Simulink and Speedgoat FPGAs

Learn how to deploy electrical circuit models to FPGA based real-time systems for Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation. This webinar will use an example of a solar inverter model that is converted into HDL code and both embedded code generation to a TI C2000 implemented on Speedgoat real-time target hardware.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

CPU, FPGA, and I/O Solutions for Real-Time Simulation and Testing with Simulink

CPU, FPGA, and I/O Solutions for Real-Time Simulation and Testing with Simulink

In this webinar, MathWorks together with Speedgoat will showcase how to perform real-time simulation and testing, enabling you to rapidly and continuously test and prove your designs, from desktop simulation to testing your designs in real time on hardware platforms.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

A Self-Tuning Robust Control System for Nonlinear Simulation

A Self-Tuning Robust Control System for Nonlinear Simulation

A transfer system is used to enforce the interface interaction between computational and physical substructures in a real-time hybrid simulation. A model-based, multilayer nonlinear control system is developed to accommodate extensive performance variations and uncertainties in a physical substructure. This work aims to extend the application of real-time simulation to investigating failure, nonlinearity, and nonstationary behavior. 

Publication on wiley.com

Published Papers

Leading-Edge Vortex and Transient Lift on a Revolving Wing at Low Reynolds Numbers

Leading-Edge Vortex and Transient Lift on a Revolving Wing at Low Reynolds Numbers

The transient formation and the stable attachment of the leading-edge vortex (LEV) contribute to the high lift generation of an insect wing when it revolves at high angles of attack. This study examined the leading-edge vortex (LEV) formation and the transient lift generation on a revolving wing, using combined computational and experimental methods.

Publication on sciencedirect.com

Published Papers

Model-Based Design for Predictive Maintenance, Code Generation and Real-Time Testing

Model-Based Design for Predictive Maintenance, Code Generation and Real-Time Testing

This video shows how to automatically generate C code from classification models. First, you’ll see how to validate your algorithm on the desktop. Then, once it is validated, the video will show how to generate code. Next, the video walks through how to use Simulink® to deploy the classification model onto a B&R PLC, and then test it on a real-time representation of the system using a Speedgoat machine.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Modeling and Analysis of Medium Frequency Transformers for Power Converters

Modeling and Analysis of Medium Frequency Transformers for Power Converters

A mathematical model of a 3-phase medium frequency transformer (MFT) in an isolated DC-DC power converter, suitable for electromagnetic transient and steady-state simulation is developed. The transformer modeling methods are reviewed, and the Lagrange energy method is used to derive a physically motivated model for circuit analysis.

Publication on edu.pl

Published Papers

Verification of a Geographically Distributed Real-Time Hybrid Simulation Platform

Verification of a Geographically Distributed Real-Time Hybrid Simulation Platform

This study presents a distributed real-time hybrid simulation (dRTHS) platform that enables the integration of geographically distributed physical and numerical components across the Internet. A series of numerical and experimental studies is evaluated, and it is demonstrated that dRTHS is feasible for coupling laboratory capabilities and is a viable alternative to traditional testing techniques.

Publication on wiley.com

Published Papers

Power Hardware in-the-Loop Validation of DC-DC Power Converter

Power Hardware in-the-Loop Validation of DC-DC Power Converter

The paper describes the development of a power converter small-scale mock-up and a real-time model of an offshore wind farm. Power Hardware In-the-Loop (PHIL) validation is proposed for a demonstration of grid architecture and control principles. Results obtained with a test bench underline the importance of PHIL testing in the power converter development for DC grid applications.

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

Experimental Validation of Model Predictive Control Applied to the Azura Wave Energy Converter

Experimental Validation of Model Predictive Control Applied to the Azura Wave Energy Converter

Ocean wave energy is a promising area of renewable energy development. However, there are unique operational challenges, particularly modeling, estimation, and control. This article presents a model-predictive control (MPC) formulation and its experimental testing applied to the 1/15th scale Azura wave energy converter developed by Northwest Energy Innovations (NWEI).

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

Adaptive Model Predictive Control in All-Electric Ship Microgrids

Adaptive Model Predictive Control in All-Electric Ship Microgrids

Hybrid energy storage systems have been widely used in transportation, microgrid, and renewable energy applications to improve system efficiency and enhance reliability. However, parameter uncertainty can significantly affect system performance. An adaptive model predictive control is developed to address this issue. Both simulation and experiments are performed to show the effectiveness of the proposed adaptive model predictive control. 

Publication on sciencedirect.com

Published Papers

Motion Planning and Experimental Validation for an Autonomous Bicycle

Motion Planning and Experimental Validation for an Autonomous Bicycle

This paper introduces a prototype autonomous two-wheeled vehicle developed for experimental verification of motion planning and control algorithms. Finally, it presents and discusses experiments run on the actual vehicle for a particular maneuver. It emphasizes the differences between the trajectories created by different vehicle models.

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

Rapid Control Prototyping

Software Simulation Tool for Design of the Energy Management System in Elevators

Software Simulation Tool for Design of the Energy Management System in Elevators

This work shows the development of a software tool that provides realistic operation power profiles in elevators for residential and public buildings applications to accelerate Energy Management System prototyping. The simulator is validated and verified through computer simulations, through a HIL (Hardware-in-the- Loop) platform and is finally validated using a full-scale laboratory prototype.

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

Model-based Controller Design for a Knuckle Boom Crane

Model-based Controller Design for a Knuckle Boom Crane

This paper proposes a predictive anti-sway control (ASC) scheme at kinematic level for a knuckle boom crane. Model predictive control (MPC) allows to consider dynamic limitations imposed by the crane's structure during payload stabilization. Operability of the derived control scheme is demonstrated for an initial load-deflection using a robot-based test setup.

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

Control of Delayed Bilateral Teleoperation System for Robotic Tele-Echography

Control of Delayed Bilateral Teleoperation System for Robotic Tele-Echography

This paper describes the development of a controller for a bilateral robotic system for tele-echography with delayed communications. The problems are solved using a novel approach to bilateral teleoperation control, based on a complete parameterization of feasible teleoperators. Experimental results show the potential of the proposed control method.

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

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