This accelerates development and testing and makes them more convincing. To do this, the motor and its electro-physical characteristics are emulated. We include relevant characteristics such as inertia, electrical and magnetic characteristics, non- linearities, saturation and friction effects. In contrast to a rotating test stand, the emulator responds as a real motor – without the influence of the dynamometer and delivers exact results.
The solution: Real emulation of the planned motor
In our concept of a motor emulator, we combine real-time motor models with specific power electronics and instrumentation. The basis is provided by real or synthetic motor data. This enables us to emulate different basic types of e-motors in motoring and generating operation.