Guillaume Murere

The Artemis Plug-in Improves the Accuracy of the Power System Under PSB/ARTEMIS/RT-LAB

Publication date : May 2001
Paper File : artemis_vs_tustin.pdf



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Nicolas Léchevin, Jean Bélanger, Guillaume Murere,

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This application note reports how the TUSTIN method in PSB and the ART5 method in the ARTEMIS Add-On compare in terms of precision, particularly for long-term simulation. The ARTEMIS Add-On uses the ART5 method and the ‘Zero hold for input’ option is not checked.

Simulation of Kundur’s Four-Machine, Two-Area Power System Under PSB/ARTEMIS/RT-LAB

Publication date : Sep 2000
Paper File : kundur_performance.pdf



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Nicolas Léchevin, Jean Bélanger, Guillaume Murere,

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This application note explains a two areas, four machines power system is considered in this note in order to demonstrate numerical advantages of ARTEMIS’ fixed-step-size integration method versus Tustin method currently used by power system simulators such as Power System Blockset (PSB). Proposed methods are also compared to the variable step solver, which is supposed to give the closest response to the actual system’s one.

Real-Time Simulation of Averaged Models of Power Converters Part 3

Publication date : Nov 2000
Paper File : power_converter_3.pdf



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Nicolas Léchevin, Jean Bélanger, Guillaume Murere,

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This application note (Part 3) explains the design and optimization of fast PWM energy conversion control systems is time-consuming when the power electronics converters (PEC) are simulated in detail. Variable-step integration algorithms, or fixed time step integration at every microsecond, are required.

Real-Time Simulation of Averaged Models of Power Converters Part 2

Publication date : Nov 2000
Paper File : power_converter_2.pdf



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Nicolas Léchevin, Jean Bélanger, Guillaume Murere,

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This application note (Part 2) reports the results of a study conducted to see whether averaged models can be used to study electromagnetic transients, either caused by a large disturbance in the control system, or by faults in the power circuits.

Real-Time Simulation of Averaged Models of Power Converters, Part. 1

Publication date : Oct 2000
Paper File : power_converter_1.pdf



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Nicolas Léchevin, Jean Bélanger, Guillaume Murere,

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This application note (Part 1) explains that in rapid control prototyping of power converter systems, real-time simulation of power-converter and controller models is highly desirable.

Real-Time PC-Based Simulator of Electric Systems and Drives

Publication date : Feb 2002
Paper File : apec2002_pc_simulator.pdf



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Simon Abourida, Nicolas Léchevin, Jean Bélanger, Guillaume Murere, Christian Dufour, Biao Yu,

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This paper presents a novel computer-based tool for real-time simulation and rapid control prototyping of power electronic systems and drives. The tool consists of innovative algorithmic software (ARTEMIS) for the fixed-time-step simulation of stiff electric circuits, and a real-time laboratory package (RT-LAB) for the execution of a Simulink block diagram and circuits over a cluster of PCs, for fully digital real-time simulation or hardware-in-the-loop applications.

Enabling PC-Based HIL Simulation for Automotive Applications

Publication date : Dec 1999
Paper File : iemdc_automotive_track.pdf



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Wensi Jin, Paul Baracos, Guillaume Murere,

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This paper describes new technologies that enable the use of the affordable PC hardware as the computing platform for high-performance electromechanical simulation. Challenging applications such as real-time hardware-in-the-loop and mega-simulation are made possible using a combination of PC-based simulation environment, distributed architecture, and software solutions to numerical problems that arise from fixed time step integration. The technologies are flexible enough to allow expansion and reconfiguration, and cover the entire design process from modeling to real-time simulation or control without the engineer ever having to write code.

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