Technical Documents

Feb 2002 Real-Time PC-Based Simulator of Electric Systems and Drives
Authors : Biao Yu, Authors : Christian Dufour, Authors : Guillaume Murere, Authors : Jean Bélanger, Authors : Nicolas Léchevin, Authors : Simon Abourida
Abstract : 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-...
May 2001 The Artemis Plug-in Improves the Accuracy of the Power System Under PSB/ARTEMIS/RT-LAB
Authors : Guillaume Murere, Authors : Jean Bélanger, Authors : Nicolas Léchevin
Abstract : 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 ‘...
Nov 2000 Real-Time Simulation of Averaged Models of Power Converters Part 2
Authors : Guillaume Murere, Authors : Jean Bélanger, Authors : Nicolas Léchevin
Abstract : 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...
Nov 2000 Real-Time Simulation of Averaged Models of Power Converters Part 3
Authors : Guillaume Murere, Authors : Jean Bélanger, Authors : Nicolas Léchevin
Abstract : 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...
Oct 2000 Real-Time Simulation of Averaged Models of Power Converters, Part. 1
Authors : Guillaume Murere, Authors : Jean Bélanger, Authors : Nicolas Léchevin
Abstract : 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.
Sep 2000 Simulation of Kundur’s Four-Machine, Two-Area Power System Under PSB/ARTEMIS/RT-LAB
Authors : Guillaume Murere, Authors : Jean Bélanger, Authors : Nicolas Léchevin
Abstract : 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...
Dec 1999 Enabling PC-Based HIL Simulation for Automotive Applications
Authors : Guillaume Murere, Authors : Paul Baracos, Authors : Wensi Jin
Abstract : 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-...