WHAT IS PSIM?
PSIM is a powerful software tool used to simulate the behavior of electrical power systems. PSIM allows users to model and analyze different scenarios, which can then be used to solve various problems. For example, PSIM can be used to analyze the effects of renewable energy sources on the electrical grid, or to simulate the performance of electric vehicles under different conditions. It can also be used to optimize power system designs, helping designers to create systems that are more efficient and reliable.
PSIM is the most complete solution for simulation and design of power conversion and motor controls. Ideal for users needing power conversion tools for motor drives, power supplies, mircogrids, multi-level connectors and power storage/generation.
PSIM includes industry-leading tools for design validation, embedded code generation, C block capability and simulation and thermal simulations.
The entire PSIM solution set is known for its incredible speed and ease of use and PSIM is no exception. This adds a complete set of design verification tools from Monte Carlo Analysis, Fault Analysis, Design Failure and Effect Analysis (DFMEA) to all users with power conversion. For more information check out the Altair Community.
Smart Ctrl Pro is an APA partner product. Taking the next step in the process, SmartCtrl allows users to design the control for both digital and analog power converters.
Its extremely versatile solution includes options for DC-DC converters and power factor correction converters. With its intuitive interface, SmartCtrl Pro allows users to quickly model and simulate control loops, enhancing the efficiency and performance of power systems.
- Power loss simulation - understand switching and conduction losses of switching devices
- C-Block capabilities without need for a compiler
- Embedded C code generation
- Simulate high-speed switching without convergence issues
- Validation tools including: Monte Carlo, Sensitivity and Fault Analysis
- Co-simulation connection with MATLAB, Simulink, Questa/ModelSim and LTspice