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SIMPLORER Co-simulation

    • AissamRiad
      Subscriber

      Hi,

      I'am using the Toyota Prius IPM Model, and I want to run it on SIMPLORER

      But since it's my first time using I don't understand all of pins usage, I'm using the circuit shown down below in order to test my model under a certain speed and a certain torque, and I'm getting weird results.

      Any help will be welcomed

      Thanks in advance

    • icellb1
      Ansys Employee
      Hi, ,nMake sure the ground for mechanical side is this one:nThere could be other errors when you were setting up the cosimulation link. For details of this section, you can go to Simplorer Help-->product coupling-->Maxwell Component-->Maxwell Transient Cosimulation Component.
    • AissamRiad
      Subscriber
      Thanks for your answer nI replaced the gnd block as you told me , but the same thing is occuring , i'm not getting the results i want nand for the help PDF , i'm using TWINBUILDER , so the seach table have changed a little bit i can't find what you told to look forndo you have some example of a motor simulation on simplorer and that did give the same results as in ansys maxwellnnThanks in advancen
    • icellb1
      Ansys Employee
      Hi, Array ,nJust change simplorer to twinbuilder: Twinbuilder Help-->Twinbuilder components-->product coupling-->Twinbuilder coupling-->Maxwell coupling component-->Maxwell Transient Cosimulation Component.nUnfortunately we are not allowed to share files to you. There are public access-able youtube videos related to co-simulation: n
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      nAnother way is to use equivalent circuit extraction(ECE) instead of transient co-simulation. If you have access to ansys learning hub, there is an advance motor training course on Maxwell-simplorer ECE. Here is also a video about ECE(though not on motor):
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