Learn how to model electric drives through AC and DC drives.
- Electric Drives Models
The Electric Drives library provides you with an easy way to incorporate electric drives in your models.
- Simulate a DC Motor Drive
Learn how to use the DC drive models from the Electric Drives library.
- Simulate an AC Motor Drive
Learn how to use the AC drive models from the Electric Drives library.
- Mechanical Models
Learn how to simulate a shaft connecting a motor drive block to a mechanical load block and achieve high torque at low speed.
- Mechanical Coupling of Two Motor Drives
Explore a mechanical coupling of the AC4 (DTC three-phase induction motor-based drive) and DC2 (single-phase dual-converter DC motor drive) blocks.
- Winding Machine
Model a winding machine using the Two-Quadrant Three-Phase Rectifier DC Drive block.
- Robot Axis Control Using Brushless DC Motor Drive
Explore a six-degrees-of-freedom robot driven by the AC6 (brushless DC motor drive) blocks.
- Simulate Variable Speed Motor Control
Model and discretize simple motors with specialized blocks. Use the FFT Analysis tool of the Powergui block to perform harmonic analysis.
- Building Your Own Drive
Learn how to build a motor drive model according to your specific requirements.
- Retune the Drive Parameters
Learn how to modify the parameters of an electric drive.
- Modify a Drive Block
Learn how to change electrical connections or control modules by modifying a drive block.
- Multilevel Modeling for Rapid Prototyping
Reduce system development costs using Model-Based Design.