The Design and Implementation of Real-Time Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation Intellectual Property for Induction Motor

  • 李 嘉豪

Student thesis: Master's Thesis


It requires diverse specialties or companies to develop a large induction motor system For controller developer it is crucial to give a test and verify the functionality of the controller before leaving the company Yet the high-price of the whole induction motor system obstructs the controller testing process Even though the induction motor system is available it is still extremely insecure to test the controller with physical induction motor system In the thesis we provide an induction motor system simulation digital circuit design by adopting the hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation methodology and using the very-large-scale-integrated system design strategies Our circuit design has a number of features such as high simulation accuracy high circuit performance low cost solution and easy-to-use approach Our circuit can reflect the motor current or rotation velocity response and feedback to the physical controller in real time so that the controller developers can verify their design easily We also design distinct circuit architectures for different target devices and analyze these circuit properties under three kinds of induction motors so developers can choose proper circuit configuration according to their HIL simulation platform Finally we integrate the circuit design and provide an IP Generator GUI for developers to use our design conveniently
Date of Award2014 Aug 6
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorPei-Yin Chen (Supervisor)

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