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EMTP is the most complete and technically advanced software for simulation and analysis of power systems.
Software Cradle Co.,Ltd. is an innovative provider of computational fluide dyamics (CFD) simulation software.
With fast simulation and friendly user interface, PSIM provides a powerful and efficient environment for all your power electronics and motor drive simulation needs.
Through our products PSIM and Power Forge, Powersys has sponsored two teams of students (Eolympique and OilForce) from IUT Saint Denis and Paris 13 University for the 12th edition of GIM’EOLE competition. We’re proud to witness that our sponsorship had led both teams to the podium of the competition.
C&S group GmbH started in 1995 as an independent test house for CAN data link layer, physical layer and robustness tests. In the course of time we started offering also tests for LIN, SAE, FlexRay, AUTOSAR and are involved in many different consortiums now. In addition to that, today […]
Introduction Powersys had the chance to interview Alain Sanchez, IMD-Industrial & Marine Drives, Product Technician at Ingeteam. We invite you to read our interview about the benefits of using SaberRD for his development projects. It will be a point of view more specific and professional. Ingeteam is a company specialising in power and control electronics […]
How to ensure eMotor efficiency and cooling performances while maintaining NVH targets? - Introduction to efficient Multiphysic
The webinar will present an oil cooled e-motor case study demonstrating how the use of Moving Particle Simulation (a mesh-less CFD method) can support the design of oil injection and the optimization of cooling efficiency of e-motors.
This webinar will explain how the new Renewables Toolbox of EMTP will help you to conduct wind park (WP) and photovoltaic park (PVP) integration studies. We will present the models, functionalities as well as the benefits of this new EMTP Toolbox.
This talk is about parasitic torques and noise in the induction motor. It’s a personal view. This technical presentation may seem rather low-key. That’s because I’m trying to encourage calm reflection of rather abstract topics, even though this is a very practical subject.
The presentation focuses on the transient stability studies of synchronous generator influenced by power electronics devices. The objective is to compare the critical fault clearing time for different fault locations, fault conditions and different HVDC converter fault ride through control strategies.
For this work a feasible approach was used, based on standardized tests of soft magnetic properties in ring specimen, to identify the material characteristics depending on the cutting edge distance. These magnetization and loss curves have then be applied to JMAG layer models of simple test geometries as well as electrical traction drives.