Convert and rectify power using semiconductors and converters.
Allows the user to explore the impact of parameter choices on the I-V and C-V characteristics for a surface-potential-based MOSFET model. To open this example, in the MATLAB® Command Window, type: ee_mosfet_characteristics.
Control the output voltage of a buck converter. To adjust the duty cycle, the Control subsystem uses a PI-based control algorithm. The input voltage is considered constant throughout the simulation. A variable resistor provides the load for the system. The total simulation time (t) is 0.25 seconds. At t = 0.15 seconds, the load changes.
Control a four-quadrant chopper. The Control subsystem implements a simple PI-based control algorithm for controlling the output current. The simulation uses both positive and negative references. The total simulation time (t) is 1 second. At t = 0.5 seconds, the polarity of the load DC source E is changed.
This is the base model for analysis workflow examples.
Model a switching power supply that converts a 30V DC supply into a regulated 15V DC supply. The model can be used to both size the inductance L and smoothing capacitor C, as well as to design the feedback controller. By selecting between continuous and discrete controllers, the impact of discretization can be explored.
A representative marine half-ship electrical power system with base load, hotel load, bow thrusters and electric propulsion.
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