Electrification Library 1.6 is part of Modelon’s 2021.2 release. New versions of Modelon libraries are sold and distributed directly from Modelon, as well as approved resellers.
- New Getting started tutorials, covering basic features and common pitfalls.
Three-phase AC machines and inverters
- Electro-magnetic models of the most common three-phase AC machines.
- Power electronic DC/AC Inverters (switched and averaged implementations).
- A set of experiments for AC machines that are useful for verification and validation.
- New system example: ACMachineInverter
- Examples of different fidelities of machines and inverters.
- An example of SoC balancing between cells in a battery pack.
- Stochastic initialization of SoC for individual cells in battery packs (example experiment).
- Example battery with parameter variations defined using the new stochastic parameters feature in Modelon Base Library.
- Position control mode is now part of the MultiMode machine controller (example experiment).
- Added initialization of machine speed and angle (Initialization tab). This can also be used in the machine interface in experiment templates.
- Introduced steady state initialization for the machine controller (speed and voltage.
- Improved parametrization of rotor inertia for machines using a gear box.
- It is now possible to visualize the reference frame of the Rotational3D flange in Multibody3D machines like other Rotational3D components using the visualize_reference parameter.
- The fixed_temperature parameter is now found at top level in components like batteries and machines. This allows defining experiment templates that define if thermal dynamics should be enabled.
- Added temperature limit monitors to thermal domains of all components.
- Vectorized thermal interfaces for converters and machines (enabling more thermal discretization).
- Diagram representation of heat losses in components.
- External controller input signals now need to be explicitly enabled. This means e.g. that the external reference torque of machines are disabled by default.
- Added scaling factor (k_pMax) to component limit controllers. This is a simpler alternative to using a centralized allocation controller.
- Additional control bus signals for machines and batteries.
- More information about power flow and temperatures in summary records.