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In real hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, the controller and simulator are usually on separate hardware. The I/O modules between the hardware connect the controller and simulator in a closed-loop.

When you simulate an electric motor, you have multiple choices of the motor model functions. This topic gives a brief introduction to the built-in models of this toolkit and provides a comparison among ...

The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit provides built-in models for the simulation. You can simulate an AC induction motor (ACIM), a permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM), or a switched reluctance motor ...

To simulate an electric motor, you must prepare the parameters and data pertaining to the motor model that you want to use. Different models require different resources at the preparation stage. This topic ...

After choosing a simulation model and obtaining the necessary motor parameters, you can add a control terminal to the simulator. The control terminal, or the controller, contains control algorithms which ...

In real electric motor simulation, the simulated motor is usually on an FPGA target or a real-time target. Instead of happening on host computers, the simulation happens on FPGA or real-time targets because ...

Use the following two tutorials to learn the basis of simulating electric motors by using the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit. These tutorials assume that you have fundamental knowledge about the hardware-in-the-loop ...

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