Capacity building in Smart and Innovative eNERGY management

Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) methods for Power System Components (methods)

Lecturer: Georg Lauss, AIT

Test/simulation approaches are expanded and optimized due to the latest technologies such as real time systems, power electronics, analogous/digital measurement devices. Novel simulation techniques gain increasing importance in research and for manufacturers and for international standardisation groups. It is the intention of this course to create a detailed insight on real-time simulation techniques, real-time simulation system topologies and their common application fields such as rapid prototyping and manufacturing, standardized testing procedures, or establishing novel research areas in the electrical domain. Use cases for Controller Hardware-in-the Loop (CHIL) and Power Hardware-in-the-Loop (PHIL) have been introduced, explained, and results have been highlighted.

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