A comparison in behavior of a linear and nonlinear inductor. Starting with fundamental parameter values, the parameters for linear and nonlinear representations are derived. These parameters are then used in a Simscape™ model and the simulation outputs compared.
Calculation and confirmation of a nonlinear transformer core magnetization characteristic. Starting with fundamental parameter values, the core characteristic is derived. This is then used in a Simscape™ model of an example test circuit which can be used to plot the core magnetization characteristic on an oscilloscope. Model outputs are then compared to the known values.
A custom Simscape™ implementation of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine (PMSM). To view the PMSM source code, double-click on the motor block and then click on the hyperlink 'Source code'. This test circuit shows the PMSM being used as a generator, the rectifier block converting the induced AC back EMFs to a DC voltage which is in turn applied to a resistive load.
How simplify the custom Simscape™ synchronous machine model.
A custom Simscape™ implementation of a Synchronous Machine (SM). To view the SM source code, double-click on the Synchronous Machine block and then click on the hyperlink 'Source code'.
A comparison of three-phase transforms.
Two different ways to create a custom transformer component. The first uses built-in library blocks to lay out the magnetic circuit as a masked Simulink® subsystem. The second builds a custom Simscape™ component using the Simscape language.
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