High-Speed Real-Time Digital Emulation for Hardware-inthe-Loop Testing of Power Electronics : A New Paradigm in the Field of Electronic Design Automation ( EDA ) for Power Electronics Systems

@inproceedings{Kinsy2011HighSpeedRD,
  title={High-Speed Real-Time Digital Emulation for Hardware-inthe-Loop Testing of Power Electronics : A New Paradigm in the Field of Electronic Design Automation ( EDA ) for Power Electronics Systems},
  author={Michel A. Kinsy and Dusan Majstorovic and Pierre Haessig and Jason Poon and Nikola L. Celanovic and Ivan Celanovic and Srinivas Devadas and mkinsy},
  year={2011}
}
This paper details the design and application of a new ultra-high speed real-time simulation for Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) testing and design of high-power power electronics systems. Our real-time hardware emulation for HiL system is based on a custom, heterogeneous, reconfigurable, multicore processor design that emulates power electronics, and includes a circuit compiler that translates graphic system models into processor executable machine code. We present digital processor architecture… CONTINUE READING
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