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The Implementation of the Real-Time Model of the Asynchronous Motor and the Two Mass Mechanical Load at ZYNQ-7000

BARTÍK, O.

Original Title

The Implementation of the Real-Time Model of the Asynchronous Motor and the Two Mass Mechanical Load at ZYNQ-7000

English Title

The Implementation of the Real-Time Model of the Asynchronous Motor and the Two Mass Mechanical Load at ZYNQ-7000

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In the industry is always a problem to run any algorithm on the real device because, of the possible unpredictable behavior. This behavior could lead to the temporary malfunction of the device or, in the worst scenario, to the permanent damage of the device. Because of all these cases, it is necessary to perform a simulation with suitable model of the device, which reflects the reality as best as it is possible. The way in which the simulation is done needs to be considered as well. Model In the Loop (MIL) simulation approach and Hardware In the Loop (HIL) are suitable to test the whole system before it is commissioned. The real time operateability of the models is necessary to run these types of the simulations. A suitable platform to implement the models needs to be chosen. ZYNQ-7000 System on Chip device contains Field Programmable Gate Array fabric and dual ARM Cortex-A9 microprocessor. This device is used in the following text as target platform for models implementation. This paper is aimed at the real-time model implementation of a Asynchronous motor as a alpha-beta model together with a Two-Mass mechanical load for MIL and HIL simulations. Mathematical based models are described in section II. Methodology of the models implementation is described in section III. Section IV describes the simulation on the ZYNQ device and in the Simulink environment together with the simulation results. Finally section V concludes results of this paper.

English abstract

In the industry is always a problem to run any algorithm on the real device because, of the possible unpredictable behavior. This behavior could lead to the temporary malfunction of the device or, in the worst scenario, to the permanent damage of the device. Because of all these cases, it is necessary to perform a simulation with suitable model of the device, which reflects the reality as best as it is possible. The way in which the simulation is done needs to be considered as well. Model In the Loop (MIL) simulation approach and Hardware In the Loop (HIL) are suitable to test the whole system before it is commissioned. The real time operateability of the models is necessary to run these types of the simulations. A suitable platform to implement the models needs to be chosen. ZYNQ-7000 System on Chip device contains Field Programmable Gate Array fabric and dual ARM Cortex-A9 microprocessor. This device is used in the following text as target platform for models implementation. This paper is aimed at the real-time model implementation of a Asynchronous motor as a alpha-beta model together with a Two-Mass mechanical load for MIL and HIL simulations. Mathematical based models are described in section II. Methodology of the models implementation is described in section III. Section IV describes the simulation on the ZYNQ device and in the Simulink environment together with the simulation results. Finally section V concludes results of this paper.

Keywords

Asynchronous motor, alpha-beta model, two-mass mechanical load, MIL, HIL, Real-time, ZYNQ-7000

Released

25.11.2017

ISBN

978-1-5386-3896-5

Book

PROCEEDINGS 7TH IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTROL SYSTEM, COMPUTING AND ENGINEERING (ICCSCE 2017)

Pages from

151

Pages to

156

Pages count

389

URL

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT141960,
  author="Ondřej {Bartík}",
  title="The Implementation of the Real-Time Model of the Asynchronous Motor and the Two Mass Mechanical Load at ZYNQ-7000",
  annote="In the industry is always a problem to run any algorithm on the real device because, of the possible unpredictable behavior. This behavior could lead to the temporary malfunction of the device or, in the worst scenario, to the permanent damage of the device. Because of all these cases, it is necessary to perform a simulation with suitable model of the device, which reflects the reality as best as it is possible. The way in which the simulation is done needs to be considered as well. Model In the Loop (MIL) simulation approach and Hardware In the Loop (HIL) are suitable to test the whole system before it is commissioned. The real time operateability of the models is necessary to run these types of the simulations. A suitable platform to implement the models needs to be chosen. ZYNQ-7000 System on Chip device contains Field Programmable Gate Array fabric and dual ARM Cortex-A9 microprocessor. This device is used in the following text as target platform for models implementation. This paper is aimed at the real-time model implementation of a Asynchronous motor as a alpha-beta  model together with a Two-Mass mechanical load for MIL and HIL simulations. Mathematical based models are described in section II. Methodology of the models implementation is described in section III. Section IV describes the simulation on the ZYNQ device and in the Simulink environment together with the simulation results. Finally section V concludes results of this paper.",
  booktitle="PROCEEDINGS 7TH IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTROL SYSTEM, COMPUTING AND ENGINEERING (ICCSCE 2017)",
  chapter="141960",
  doi="10.1109/ICCSCE.2017.8284396",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2017",
  month="november",
  pages="151--156",
  type="conference paper"
}