simulation software

Discussion in 'Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers' started by cpleng7, Oct 1, 2010.

  1. cpleng7

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    did anyone in here know any software can do simulation between PIC microcontroller with the three phase induction motor?
     
  2. retched

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    matlab+simulink can simulate/emulate particular PIC uC's and induction motors.
     
  3. Potato Pudding

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    I think Proteus might be able to handle that.
     
  4. cpleng7

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    can you give more information on here?


    I have try the proteus software it cannot works
     
  5. retched

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    Matlab allows you to model different load types (inductive, resistive) in different states (AC or DC motor, transformer, heater, switched) and incorporates the resulting transients into the simulation.

    You can write code for the PIC and handle it just as you would real life, and connect it to the FETs, or IGBTs to the load.

    It will allow you to follow temperature and electrical changes in the devices running under normal conditions or you can add abnormal loading or failing conditions to simulate how the devices will react.
     
  6. cpleng7

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    thanks retched, can you suggest me any references that I read?
     
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