Power conversion control design is a critical process in the development of electrical systems. System-level simulations in Simulink can be used to test concepts against varying electrical loads and complex power sources early in the development cycle, allowing engineers and researchers to automate tasks and eliminate hardware integration errors.
With system-level simulation, you can:
- Balance cost and performance by conducting trade-off research and optimization analysis
- Generate C / C ++ and HDL code
- Validate your design with desktop and real-time simulations
- Provide a production-ready algorithm code.
In this video, we discuss
10 ways you can use system-level simulation to speed up your digital control development for power converters.
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