Simulation and Analysis
Analyze, tabulate, and plot harmonic data using analysis functions and Simscape™ logging variables. Simulate thermal losses due to switching events and conduction losses in semiconductors. Perform a load-flow analysis and use the results to initialize AC steady state simulation.
|Calculate flux partial derivatives for FEM-Parameterized PMSM block
|Compute the total harmonic distortion (THD) percentage
|Read and extract values from COMTRADE record (Since R2020b)
|Generate report for current model and all subsystems (Since R2020b)
|Get equivalent resistance and capacitance vectors for Cauer Thermal Model block from Foster Thermal Model block (Since R2022b)
|Calculate efficiency as function of dissipated power losses
|Generate tabulated flux linkage data for ideal PMSM
|Return harmonic orders, magnitudes, and fundamental frequency
|Calculate maximum absolute values of terminal voltage time derivatives (dv/dt) based on logged simulation data
|Calculate rates-of-change of voltage variables
|Calculate dissipated power losses and switching losses
|Calculate dissipated power losses and switching losses, and return time series data
|Import device parameters from XML file to Simscape Electrical IGBT (Ideal, Switching) and Diode blocks (Since R2021b)
|Plot percentage of fundamental magnitude versus harmonic order
- Examine the Simulation Data Logging Configuration of a Model
Determine if data logging is enabled for your model.
- Choose a Simscape Electrical Function for an Offline Harmonic Analysis
Explore the capabilities of Simscape Electrical™ harmonic analysis functions.
- Perform an Online Harmonic Analysis Using the Simscape Spectrum Analyzer Block
Learn how to analyze harmonic distortion using the Spectrum Analyzer block.
- Perform a Power-Loss Analysis
Calculate power losses for Simscape Electrical semiconductor blocks.
- Perform a Load-Flow Analysis Using Simscape Electrical
Learn how to perform a power-flow, or load-flow, analysis for a three-phase Simscape Electrical network using the Simscape three-phase electrical domain.
- Optimize Block Settings for Simulating with the Partitioning Solver
Avoid simulation errors by configuring models for simulation with the specific solvers by using the
- Phasor-Mode Simulation Using Simscape Components
Configure your model to use frequency-time equation formulation.