Allows the integration of Brushless DC motors and control into systems
Brushless DC motors are more and more used, replacing brushed DC motors in many industries and applications. They offer higher efficiency, reliability, lifetime and better torque to weight ratio. The BLDC control structure offers a good trade-off between complexity, cost and performance
Brushless DC Drives library enables to develop and quickly assess performances of a complete electric drive, including the brushless DC motor, the power electronics and the control software for speed and torque control. Models contribute to validate the energy consumption for complete cycles and to estimate the over-load capabilities based on thermal models. The library offers models with a varying level of complexity, from DC-equivalent machine for fast computation and overall system simulation, up to detailed models to study the voltage and current ripple effects, for instance.
Moreover, standard brushless DC motor characteristics from supplier datasheets can be easily transferred in data-sets for the library in order to validate existing motors for system-level validation.
- Covers a wide range of scenarios due to the different levels of complexity available
- Simple coupling with other technical domains (mechanical, thermal) with high flexibility
- Parameters and models can be added by the user extending and specializing the functionality of the library
- Speed/torque controller design of electrified powertrains
- Loss estimation of electric machine and thermal simulations
- Study the effects Voltage and current ripple effect
- Compute the system energy consumption
- Contains components for Machines, Power Electronics and Controllers
- Updated visuals: Usage of new icon set, based on DymolaModels library
- Improved DivNoZero block: Better indication to avoided division by zero
- Usage of blocks available in the DymolaModels library
- Removal of classes which are covered by MSL implementations with similar functionality
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