The accreditation of engineering education has fundamentally promoted the optimization of talent training programs. As an important indicator of the "Double First-Class Initiative," it has a significant impact on the professional construction and development of universities. The emphasis on "solving complex engineering problems" as a crucial component of the accreditation criteria lies in cultivating students' comprehensive professional knowledge literacy, fostering their abilities in modeling and innovative design, and developing their hands-on practical skills. Traditional laboratory platforms often struggle to meet these educational requirements simultaneously. Therefore, it is necessary to complement traditional teaching and experimental methods with new approaches and scientific tools.
ModelingTech has introduced a unique Power Physical Rapid Control Experiment System, which helps students learn and verify control theories and algorithms. Students can interact with actual control devices, understand and learn how to transform theories and algorithms into operational code on practical control devices. They can also configure, wire, and debug the system themselves, observe real signals using oscilloscopes, and cultivate their practical hands-on ability through a combination of virtual and real-world experiences.
Typically, it takes about a week or even longer to develop an algorithm through handwritten code. However, after using the Yuantech platform, the algorithm was successfully validated in just one day.
Users can use the RCP (Rapid Control Prototype) software provided by ModelingTech to download control algorithm models developed in Simulink onto the rapid control prototyping device. This device replaces traditional DSP controllers and combines the control algorithm with power inverters or motors. It allows for control algorithm debugging and improvement of the actual controlled object. Users can achieve rapid controller design and testing for power electronics or motor drive systems at different levels. The platform supports code generation and one-click downloading, significantly reducing program development time.
The virtual control-side experimental platform helps students leverage the advantages of simulation to complete innovative and safe design for real systems. Students can also have access to actual power equipment, allowing them to understand and learn how to translate theory and algorithms into code that can be executed on control devices. They can configure, connect, and debug the equipment themselves and observe real signals using an oscilloscope.
By utilizing the RCP platform of ModelingTech, users can quickly put their designed algorithms into practice through one-click download. The physical controlled objects can be operated in real-time under the influence of the algorithm, verifying the reliability and accuracy of the algorithm. This approach reduces the time spent on code conversion, hardware customization, debugging, and other aspects during the research and development or learning phase, eliminating errors and improper practices in the early stages of design.
Using only one set of fast control prototype equipment, by connecting it to different physical power devices, and with mapping configuration in the upper computer software, the control algorithm verification and debugging for different controlled objects can be completed. This achieves versatility, allowing students to verify theoretical experiments at any time during the process of studying multiple professional courses.
Test the impact of physical grid-connected operation of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generators (PMSG) on the power grid, aiming to achieve effective grid-connected control during voltage fluctuations in the grid.
Test the full process of full-speed and vector control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSM), aiming to achieve constant torque output and stable speed control of the motor.
Test the output port voltage waveform to be a normal five-level waveform, and the filtered line voltage waveform to be a sinusoidal voltage with a phase difference of 120°, achieving the corresponding circuit function effectively.
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