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SIMULINK based simulations of power electronic systems

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4 Author(s)
Ba-Razzouk, A. ; GREI, Quebec Univ., Trois-Rivieres, Que., Canada ; Pittet, A. ; Cheriti, A. ; Rajagopalan, Venkatachari

Analysis of new converter topologies, large converters, multi-converter systems, line commutated converters and electrical drive systems requires an appropriate global simulation tool. Because the dynamic model of AC machines is very complex due to the nonlinearities of the system, it is necessary to simulate the whole system containing an AC machine. A user friendly simulator must be able to handle complex systems as such electrical drives by dividing them in small interconnected sub-systems (converter-machine-regulator) assembled in a modular structure. The interconnection of these sub-systems must be done in a simple manner, without additional programming, using a graphic interface. The aim of this paper is to present a new interactive power electronic systems simulation package SIMUSEC “SIMUlation des Systemes Electrotechniques en Commutation”, developed in the SIMULINK environment. This package permits simulation of power converters feeding passive loads or electrical machines either in open loop or in closed loop configurations. It also permits simulation of interaction between the converter-machine setups and between converters in a multiconverter system in order to study the conducted emissions. The built-in functions and tool boxes of SIMULINK facilitate the design and the analysis of high performance AC drive systems using this package

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Computers in Power Electronics, 1994., IEEE 4th Workshop on

Date of Conference:

7-10 Aug 1994

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