Publication detail

Design of Configurable DC Motor Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop Emulator for Electronic-Control-Unit Testing

CHALUPA, J. GREPL, R. SOVA, V.

Original Title

Design of Configurable DC Motor Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop Emulator for Electronic-Control-Unit Testing

English Title

Design of Configurable DC Motor Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop Emulator for Electronic-Control-Unit Testing

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Using Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) or extended Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop (PHIL) tools is crucial in rapid prototyping of electronic devices used in automotive or aerospace applications. Flexible tool for ElectronicControl-Units (ECU) testing enables user to test control algorithms during development or ECU quality check in manufacturing process. This paper is concentrated on design of cost-effective PHIL device, which will replace real DC motor component in the ECU testing chain. To obtain high quality substitute of the real DC motor it is necessary to create Real-Time model, which simulates characteristic behaviour of the real DC motor, like a motor/generator mode, friction modelling, current ripple caused by commutator, etc. Function is demonstrated on a fuel pump module where real DC motor is replaced with the PHIL Real-Time simulator.

English abstract

Using Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) or extended Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop (PHIL) tools is crucial in rapid prototyping of electronic devices used in automotive or aerospace applications. Flexible tool for ElectronicControl-Units (ECU) testing enables user to test control algorithms during development or ECU quality check in manufacturing process. This paper is concentrated on design of cost-effective PHIL device, which will replace real DC motor component in the ECU testing chain. To obtain high quality substitute of the real DC motor it is necessary to create Real-Time model, which simulates characteristic behaviour of the real DC motor, like a motor/generator mode, friction modelling, current ripple caused by commutator, etc. Function is demonstrated on a fuel pump module where real DC motor is replaced with the PHIL Real-Time simulator.

Keywords

Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop; DC motor; Electronic-Control-Unit; real-time simulation; friction; commutator current ripple

RIV year

2015

Released

11.09.2015

ISBN

978-0-9926801-0-7

Book

Automation, Computing and Manufacturing for New Economic Growth

Pages from

173

Pages to

178

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT117419,
  author="Jan {Chalupa} and Robert {Grepl} and Václav {Sova}",
  title="Design of Configurable DC Motor Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop Emulator for Electronic-Control-Unit Testing",
  annote="Using Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) or extended Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop (PHIL) tools is crucial in rapid prototyping of electronic devices used in automotive or aerospace applications. Flexible tool for ElectronicControl-Units (ECU) testing enables user to test control algorithms during development or ECU quality check in manufacturing process. This paper is concentrated on design of cost-effective PHIL device, which will replace real DC motor component in the ECU testing chain. To obtain high quality substitute of the real DC motor it is necessary to create Real-Time model, which simulates characteristic behaviour of the real DC motor, like a motor/generator mode, friction modelling, current ripple caused by commutator, etc. Function is demonstrated on a fuel pump module where real DC motor is replaced with the PHIL Real-Time simulator.",
  booktitle="Automation, Computing and Manufacturing for New Economic Growth",
  chapter="117419",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2015",
  month="september",
  pages="173--178",
  type="conference paper"
}