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    LabVIEW Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit 2014 Win32Eng LabVIEW电动机仿真工具包NIEMsim2014
    LabVIEW电动机仿真工具包提供了开发桌面和硬件在环电动机系统仿真模型所需的建模元件。
    LabVIEW电机仿真工具包是LabVIEW和VeriStand的软件附件。它为电子仿真、控制和硬件在环(HIL)提供了LabVIEW项目模板,以及适用于各种电机类型的VeriStand软件附件。该工具包可帮助您在主机上执行模型,以进行桌面仿真、LabVIEW实时仿真和基于FPGA的仿真。电动机仿真工具包包括开关磁阻电动机(SRM)、应电机和永磁同步电机模型,这些模型可以是近乎线性的简单模型也可以是更高保真度的模型。

    NIEMsim2014
    发布日期
    2015/2/11
    包含的版本
    2014完整版
    受支持的操作系统
    Windows 8
    Windows 7
    Windows Vista
    Windows XP
    Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit
    Windows Server 2003 R2 32-bit
    应用程序位数
    32位
    语言
    英文
    校验和
    文件大小: 218780434 字节 (208.65 MB)
    修改日期: 2019-06-25 02:53
    MD5: 7237efef77a7146b07c724126e4e0ca6(官方正确)
    SHA1: 8082630b8d0f6d16196261aeb3785b592394cd12
    SHA256: ddd1ce616e9248fceba8c58f3a357053dee632d485599fc4f26b2952707777db
    CRC32: 4b83fab3

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    NI Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit 2014 Readme
    Version 14.0.0
    December 2014
    This file contains important information about the NI Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit, including installation instructions, new features, behavior changes, recommended hardware, activating instructions, a partial list of bugs fixed for 2014, and known issues.
    Overview
    System Requirements
    Installation Instructions
    Product Security and Critical Updates
    Activating the Software
    Recommended Hardware
    New Features
    Behavior Changes
    Known Issues
    Bug Fixes
    Accessing the Help
    Finding Examples
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    How to Use NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8.x
    NI Software Support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
    Legal Information

    Overview
    The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit is an add-on for both the LabVIEW platform and NI VeriStand. The toolkit provides LabVIEW VIs and sample projects to help you control and simulate an electric motor by writing your own applications. The toolkit also extends the functionality of NI VeriStand by providing a series of custom devices for you to design and implement a real-time motor simulation application. This toolkit uses field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology and integrates the finite element analysis (FEA) method to provide high-speed and high-fidelity electric motor simulation.
    The toolkit provides built-in examples of JMAG RTT files for motor simulation. You can use the RTT files with the examples, sample projects, or custom devices. To configure the controller and simulator and use the built-in RTT files, refer to the National Instruments website for more information.
    System Requirements
    In addition to the system requirements for the LabVIEW Development System, the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit has the following requirements for LabVIEW support:
    • LabVIEW 2014 Full or Professional Development System (32-bit)
    • LabVIEW 2014 Real-Time Module
    • LabVIEW 2014 FPGA Module
    • LabVIEW 2014 Control Design and Simulation Module
    • NI-RIO Device Drivers August 2014 release
    • At least 256 MB of disk space
    Refer to the LabVIEW Readme for additional system requirements and supported operating systems for LabVIEW 2014.
    For NI VeriStand support, the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit has the following requirements:
    • NI VeriStand 2014
    • NI-RIO Device Drivers August 2014 release
    • At least 256 MB of disk space
    Refer to the NI VeriStand Readme for additional system requirements and supported operating systems for NI VeriStand 2014.
    Installation Instructions
    Double-click the setup.exe file in the root directory of the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit installer and follow the instructions on the screen to install this product.
    Product Security and Critical Updates
    Visit ni.com/security to view and subscribe to receive security notifications about National Instruments products. Visit ni.com/critical-updates for information about critical updates from National Instruments.
    Activating the Software
    For LabVIEW support, you evaluate and activate the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit the same as activating LabVIEW. Refer to the LabVIEW Help for more information about activating your software.
    For NI VeriStand support, complete the following steps to activate the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit.
    • Launch NI License Manager by selecting Start»All Programs»National Instruments»NI License Manager or from NI Launcher in Windows 8.x.
    • In the NI License Manager tree, navigate to the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit in the Local Licenses»LabVIEW 2014»Toolkits folder.
    • Double-click the toolkit name or right-click the toolkit and select Activate from the shortcut menu.
    • In the NI Activation Wizard that appears, select Apply one or more 20-character activation codes previously acquired for this computer and click the Next button.
    • Enter the activation code and click the Next button. The activation code is the serial number on the product packing slip or on the shipping label.
    • Check the activation status of this toolkit in the NI License Manager.
    [size=10.6667px]Note  If you instalLED the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit with a serial number, the Activation Wizard launches after the installation is complete. You can just complete step 4-6 to activate the toolkit.Recommended Hardware
    National Instruments recommends the following hardware for you to use with this toolkit.
    ModelSimulating on RTSimulating on FPGA
    ACIM Constant Parameter ModelNI PXIe-8135 RTNI PXI-7854R
    PMSM Constant Parameter ModelNI PXIe-8135 RTNI PXI-7854R
    PMSM Variable Parameter ModelNI PXIe-8135 RTNI PXI-7854R
    PMSM FEA ModelNI PXIe-8135 RTNI PXIe-7966R + HKS-9609 by Keisokugiken Corporation (KGC)
    Note  You can use NI PXIe-7965R for simulating on an FPGA target. However, when you compile the FPGA code, you must set the frequency of Top-Level Clock on the FPGA target to 80 MHz or less. Otherwise, LabVIEW fails to compile the FPGA bitfile.
    SRM Linear ModelNI PXIe-8135 RTNI PXI-7854R
    SRM FEA ModelNI PXIe-8135 RTNI PXIe-7965R/7966R + HKS-9609 by Keisokugiken Corporation (KGC)
    New Features
    The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit 2014 introduces the following new features and enhancements.
    Simulating an ACIM with the Constant Parameter Model
    You can simulate an AC induction motor (ACIM) with the constant parameter model and integrate the ACIM into your own hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solution. ACIM is the most common motor in motion control systems. Main advantages of ACIM are simple and rugged design, low cost, and low maintenance. The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit provides VIs, examples, sample projects, and custom devices for you to simulate an ACIM.
    Simulating a PMSM with the Variable Parameter Model
    You can use the variable parameter model to simulate a permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) with medium fidelity. The variable parameter model uses the d-q axes mathematical method to simulate an electric motor. The variable parameter model can obtain real motor characteristics either from the RTT files or from an external model. The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit provides VIs, examples, sample projects, and custom devices to help you to simulate a PMSM and integrate the PMSM into your hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) solution.
    Simulating an Advanced Three-Phase Inverter Model
    You can simulate an inverter with the advanced three-phase inverter model. The advanced three-phase inverter model simulates the transient behavior of the inverter. By using the advanced three-phase inverter model, you can specify the forward voltage drops of the inverter switches and insert fault to the inverter at run time.
    Performing the Temperature Correction Functionality
    You can perform the temperature correction functionality for ACIM constant parameter model simulation, PMSM FEA model simulation, and PMSM variable parameter model simulation. By using the temperature correction functionality, you can simulate the changes of resistance, magnet flux, or torque in an electric motor according to temperature variations.
    New VIs
    The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit includes the following new VIs.
    • On the AC Induction Motor VIs palette:

      • ACIM Constant Parameter Model VI—Simulates the ACIM by using the constant parameter model function.
      • Generate ACIM Constant Parameter Model FPGA Data VI—Generates data for simulating an ACIM on FPGA targets by using the constant parameter model function.
    • On the Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor VIs palette:

      • Create PMSM Variable Parameter Model VI—Reads the RTT file or imports an external model to get a LabVIEW class reference of PMSM variable parameter model.
      • Create PMSM FEA Model VI—Reads the RTT file to get a LabVIEW class reference of PMSM FEA model.
      • Generate PMSM Variable Parameter Model FPGA Data VI—Generates data for simulating a PMSM on FPGA targets by using the variable parameter model function.
      • PMSM Variable Parameter Model VI—Simulates the PMSM by using the variable parameter model function.
    • On the Inverter VIs palette:

      • 3-Phase Inverter Model VI—Simulates a three-phase inverter.
      • Generate 3-Phase Inverter Model FPGA Data VI—Generates data for simulating a three-phase inverter on FPGA targets.
    • On the Transforms VIs palette:

      • Clarke Transform VI—Transforms the three-phase current or voltage to alpha and beta currents or voltages.
      • Inverse Clarke Transform VI—Transforms the alpha and beta currents or voltages to three-phase current or voltage.

    New Examples
    The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit provides the following new examples.
    You can use the following new examples to simulate an ACIM:
    • ACIM Open Loop Simulation.vi—Simulates the current and torque outputs of an ACIM with given voltage.
    • ACIM Constant Parameter Model Closed Loop.vi—Performs the closed-loop simulation of an ACIM with the constant parameter model.
    • ACIM FPGA Verification.lvproj—Verifies the correctness of ACIM simulation on an FPGA target using the constant parameter model.
    • ACIM Constant Parameter Model Control Simulation.lvproj—Performs the closed-loop simulation of an ACIM using the constant parameter model.
    You can use the following new examples to simulate a PMSM:
    • PMSM Variable Parameter Model Closed Loop.vi—Performs the closed-loop simulation of a PMSM with the variable parameter model.
    • PMSM FPGA Verification.lvproj—Verifies the correctness of PMSM simulation on an FPGA target using the constant parameter model, variable parameter model and finite element analysis (FEA) model.
    • PMSM Variable Parameter Model Control Simulation.lvproj—Performs the closed-loop simulation of a PMSM using the variable parameter model.
    • PMSM Constant Parameter Model Control Simulation.lvproj—Performs the closed-loop simulation of a PMSM using the constant parameter model.
    You can use the following new examples to simulate a switched reluctance motor (SRM):
    • SRM Linear Model Control Simulation.lvproj–Performs the closed-loop simulation of an SRM using the linear model.
    New Sample Projects
    Select File»Create Project from LabVIEW to launch the Create Project dialog box. Select Motor Simulation from the Sample Projects category list to access the sample projects.
    The toolkit provides the following new sample projects for you to simulate an ACIM with the constant parameter model.
    • ACIM Constant Parameter Model RT Simulation
    • ACIM Constant Parameter Model Simulation
    The toolkit provides the following new sample projects for you to simulate a PMSM with the variable parameter model.
    • PMSM Variable Parameter Model RT Simulation
    • PMSM Variable Parameter Model Simulation
    New Custom Devices
    To access the Electric Motor Simulation custom devices in your NI VeriStand project, open the System Explorer window, navigate to Targets»Controller»Custom Devices, right-click Custom Devices, and select a custom device for electric motor simulation from the shortcut menu.
    The toolkit provides the following new custom devices for you to design and implement real-time motor simulation applications.
    • ACIM Constant Parameter Model Custom Device
    • PMSM Variable Parameter Model Custom Device
    Behavior Changes
    The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit 2014 introduces the following behavior changes.
    VI Changes
    The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit 2014 includes the following changes to VIs.
    • The PMSM FEA Model VI and the Generate PMSM FEA Model FPGA Data VI become polymorphic VIs to support PMSM simulation with uniform resistance or phase resistances.
    • The PMSM FEA Model VI includes a new temperature input, which specifies the coil temperature and the magnet temperature of the motor for temperature correction.
    • The Read PMSM RTT File VI is deprecated. Use the Create PMSM FEA Model VI instead.
    • The Resolver Model VI includes a new transformation ratio input, which specifies the scaling ratio of the output signals.
    Simulation Rate Improvements
    The Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit 2014 includes the following improvements on the simulation rate.
    • The simulation loop rate of SRM linear model on FPGA targets changes from 1 microsecond to 0.8 microsecond.
    • The simulation loop rate of PMSM constant parameter model on FPGA targets changes from 1 microsecond to 0.9 microsecond in LabVIEW and 0.95 microsecond in NI VeriStand.
    Known Issues
    You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the National Instruments website for an up-to-date list of known issues in the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit.
    Bug Fixes
    The following items are the IDs and titles of a subset of issues fixed in the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit. This is not an exhaustive list of issues fixed in the current version of the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed.
    IDFixed Issue
    426911EM-Sim only supports one resistance for all phases currently.
    431695The TDMS file created by EM-Sim VeriStand add-on produces error when opened in DIAdem.
    433640There is no documentation for selecting a proper base value for per-unit calculations.
    473399Equations for d voltage and q voltage in Constant Parameter Model topic are incorrect.
    480428The ideal inverter model should return 0V voltage when all gate signals are False.
    480429The PMSM FEA model custom device should return 0A current when the motor controller is not present.
    Accessing the Help
    Refer to the LabVIEW Help, accessible by selecting Help»LabVIEW Help from LabVIEW, for information about the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit. You can find help information about this toolkit in the Toolkits»Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit book on the Contents tab.
    Refer to the NI VeriStand Help, accessible by selecting Help»Search the NI VeriStand Help from NI VeriStand, for information about the Electric Motor Simulation custom devices.
    Finding Examples
    Select Help»Find Examples from LabVIEW to launch the NI Example Finder. Navigate to the Toolkits and Modules»Electric Motor Simulation folder to access the examples. You can modify an example VI to fit an application, or you can copy and paste from one or more examples into a VI that you create.
    You also can find examples for the Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit in the labview\examples\Electric Motor Simulation directory.
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    You can automate the installation of most NI products using command-line arguments to suppress some or all of the installer user interface and dialog boxes. However, starting with the August 2012 releases (products using NI Installers version 3.1 or later), you may need to perform additional steps before or during a silent installation of NI software.
    If the NI product you are installing uses Microsoft .NET 4.0, the .NET installer may run before any NI software installs and may require a reboot before the installation of NI software begins. To avoid a .NET reboot, install .NET 4.0 separately before you install NI software.
    For more information about automating the installation of NI products, refer to the following KnowledgeBase articles:
    • For more information about silent installations of individual NI products, refer to KB 4CJDP38M, Automating the Installation of a Single Installer.
    • For more information about silent installations of NI products in a suite, such as NI Developer Suite, refer to KB 4GGGDQH0, How Do I Automate the Installation of a Suited Installer?.
    • To determine what version of NI Installers your product contains, refer to KB 4CJDR18M, How Can I Determine the Type and Version of My National Instruments Installer?.
    How to Use NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8.x
    When you install National Instruments software on Microsoft Windows 8.x, you will notice a few additional tiles in the Apps view, including shortcuts to NI application software products such as NI LabVIEW, Measurement & Automation Explorer (NI MAX), and NI Launcher.
    Using NI Launcher
    NI Launcher helps you find and launch installed NI products. It provides you with a method of finding NI products similar to the Start menu in previous versions of Microsoft Windows. To use NI Launcher, click the NI Launcher tile in the Apps view. NI Launcher launches the desktop and opens a menu containing a list of NI products. Click any NI product to launch it.
    Note  NI MAX does not appear as a desktop shortcut when installed on Microsoft Windows 8.x. You can launch NI MAX either from the Apps view or from within NI Launcher.
    Pinning Frequently Used Applications
    For convenience, you can pin your most-used NI applications, such as MAX, to either the Start screen or the Taskbar on the desktop, as necessary:
    Current ApplicationIcon LocationPin to Action
    Windows 8.x DesktopDesktop TaskbarRight-click application and select Pin to Taskbar
    Windows 8.x DesktopStart screenRight-click application and select Pin to Start
    Windows 8.x Start screenDesktop TaskbarRight-click application and select Pin to taskbar from the menu bar on the bottom of the screen
    Finding All Programs
    If you want to find a particular application or related files, such as documentation files, from the Start screen, you can access all installed files from the Apps view. To get to the Apps view, right-click anywhere on the Start screen and select All apps (Windows 8.0) or click the down arrow on the bottom left of the screen (Windows 8.1).
    For more information about NI support for Windows 8.x, visit ni.com/windows8.
    NI Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit Drops Support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 in 2016
    National Instruments Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit will drop support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 as of July 1, 2016. Versions of Electric Motor Simulation Toolkit that ship after July 1, 2016 will not install or run on Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003. For detailed information about NI application software product life cycles, visit ni.com/info and enter one of the following Info Codes:
    ProductInfo Code
    NI LabVIEWlifecycle
    NI LabWindows™/CVI™cvi_lifecycle
    NI Measurement Studiomstudiolifecycle
    NI TestStandtslcp
    NI DIAdemddlcp
    NI SignalExpressselcp
    NI VeriStandnivslifecycle

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