FPGA-based Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation for Power Electronics
Learn how to deploy electrical circuit models to FPGA based real-time systems for Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation. This webinar will use an example of a solar inverter model that is converted into HDL code and both embedded code generation to a TI C2000 implemented on Speedgoat real-time target hardware.
The webinar will include
- Best practices for building Simscape models that will need to run on an FPGA
- Details such as how to partition one part of a plant model onto an FPGA and the other part onto a processor
- Moving from desktop simulation to real-time simulation to perform HIL simulation on FPGAs for power electronics
- Generating floating-point HDL code using HDL Coder
- Directly converting Simscape models to HDL code using the Simscape to HDL Advisor
- Deploying HDL code to a Speedgoat real-time target machine
About the Presenter
Joel Van Sickel is an application engineer at MathWorks who focuses on electrical simulation and control. He specializes in power electronics and power systems. He worked at Raytheon for five years designing power supplies for radar systems before coming to MathWorks. Prior to working for Raytheon, he received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Pennsylvania State University for work on distributed control of power systems in 2010.
Recorded: 21 Apr 2020
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