In current higher education, there is an increasing emphasis on cultivating students' practical abilities, and experimental education has become a crucial part of science and engineering education. However, with the increase in disciplinary experimental projects and the number of students, traditional electrical laboratories and experimental instruments struggle to meet the requirements of teaching, research, and practical needs. Specifically, the rigid experimental equipment limits the ability to improve and update the experimental content on the existing platforms, resulting in poor flexibility and an inability to foster students' hands-on skills, design abilities, and innovation capabilities.
As the demands for laboratory platform construction continue to rise, the solution of integrating simulation technology with physical platforms in the new generation of laboratory construction has gradually been applied in various domestic universities.
Incorporate internationally leading 250ns real-time simulation technology and bare-metal high-speed control technology to support the development of design-oriented and research-oriented experiments, catering to the needs of cultivating innovative talents and excellent engineers. Foster students' abilities in experimental analysis and innovative design comprehensively. Achieve the goal of diversified training for graduate students.
Integrated design enables a complete semi-physical simulation and rapid control prototype closed-loop system. It occupies a small footprint with multi-functionality, suitable for grid-connected system
experiments and fault simulations without the need for platform or module switching. It achieves high
utilization rates, supports fiber expansion, and provides multiple communication interfaces. It assists in the rapid deployment of laboratories in universities, facilitating long-term utilization.
Introduce a project-based experimental process to help students understand the concepts and ideas of conceptualization, design, implementation, and operation at an earlier stage. The experimental content covers the achievements of industry-university cooperation projects, providing students with real project (engineering) experiences. The experimental courses cover multiple fields, promote interdisciplinary collaboration, and fully exercise students' abilities in critical thinking, expression,and teamwork.