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Ken Sieber, National Instruments Japan
Today, automobiles are equipped with an enormous number of ECUs to manage expanded functionality and advanced controls in the vehicle. In a hybrid vehicle, the motor ECU plays an even more complicated role as it manages the interaction between the conventional engine and the electric motor, along with its power systems.
We can test an ECU with a real motor but the amount of time and cost to create a motor based on the design is high. This is where motor simulation with HIL comes in, by accurately simulating a motor with the combination of JMAG and HIL instantly, reducing the cost and saving time on test.