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What’s new in version 3.2
Users of the PLECS Blockset have always been able to run non-interactive simulations from a script. Now, PLECS Standalone also allows you to write simulation scripts, for example to perform parameter sweeps. Alternatively, you can configure PLECS Standalone as an XML-RPC server in order to run simulations and evaluate the results from within other applications.
Enhanced PLECS Scope
The PLECS Scope now allows you to keep and overlay the traces from multiple simulation runs, both interactively and from a script. This is particularly useful for visualizing e.g. parameter sweeps.
Advanced Machines Models
The Permanent Synchronous Machine model offers a voltage-behind-reactance implementation that permits open-circuited stator windings. This makes it easy to interface with arbitrary external circuits such as rectifiers.
PLECS® is a circuit simulator that makes it simple to model and simulate complex electrical systems along with their controls. Supporting a top-down approach, it lets you start with ideal component models in order to focus on system behavior. Low-level device details can be added later to account for parasitic effects.
With the intuitive, easy-to-use schematic editor, new models are set up quickly. Thanks to a proprietary handling of switching events, simulations of power electronic circuits are fast and robust. Whether you are simulating a simple power electronic converter or a complex electrical drive, PLECS is a powerful tool that will help you quickly obtain the results that you need.
PLECS is now available in two different editions. Choose between the blockset for MATLAB®/Simulink® and the independent standalone solution:
The PLECS Blockset is seamlessly integrated with Simulink. This allows to access the functionality of Simulink and extend the scope of system-oriented simulations. In a Simulink worksheet, a PLECS circuit appears as a subsystem block with control inputs and measurement outputs.
Rather than relying on co-simulation, the Simulink engine itself solves the circuit equations alongside the control system. The PLECS Blockset offers full compatibility with simulation settings, supporting both variable and fixed time-step solvers.
PLECS Standalone (new)
The PLECS Standalone edition is a simulation platform on its own. It provides optimized solvers to speed up the simulation of electrical circuits and control systems. PLECS Standalone is a cost-effective yet powerful solution for dynamic system simulation in general.
Above you see a PLECS model of a 300 W switch mode power supply with power factor correction. The simulation combines the electrical power ciruit, the control with a standard IC and the thermal behavior of the semiconductors.