[L-MU-110] Reaching Steady-State at an Early Stage Using a Control Circuit Containing a JMAG-RT Model

Overview

Many motor performance evaluations are performed at steady-state. If transients occur during control/circuit coupling, it is necessary to calculate the number of electrical angle periods taken to reach steady-state. In particular, when capturing the current waveform of a PWM carrier, fine time steps are required, so the number of calculation steps included in one electrical angle period increases, therefore it takes long time to obtain results.

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