Become an expert in HIL-tested converter design!
Join us as we discover how to build new converter design models in the Typhoon HIL environment, and how to use your hardware-in-the-loop testing setup to validate the controller and control code you’ll use in the field. We’ll see how to push these models to the limit with advanced features that let us catch controller hardware gate drive pulses in real-time, avoid destructive shoot-through conditions in the controller, and account for power losses and thermal stress. Lastly, we look at some working examples of Electric Vehicle and solar PV applications that can help kickstart your next system-level power electronics project.
For the best course experience, it is highly recommended to take the HIL Fundamentals course prior to this one.
This course is informative to learn circuits fundamentals. A detailed explanation is expected for a better understanding. and there should be a feature for all students to communicate with each other so if anyone fell difficulty it will help a lot..