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  1. Hello, I am performing an induction motor co-simulation of the FEA model in Activate. As it is a closed loop system, I used a discrete delay block (1/z) for the output current which is to be compared with the current commands for generating the voltage commands via a PI controller. However, the discrete delay block is also slowing down the computation time. Is there any other method that I can use to speed up the processing time? Thank you. Regards, Taohid
  2. Hello, I face an error, shown below, whenever I try to initialize a transient simulation using an fts file. The fts file was created in the steady state model by making the phase for startup equal to zero. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
  3. Hello, Is there any way of obtaining the airgap flux linkage and rotor flux linkage in an induction motor with solid stator and rotor bars? Thank you.
  4. Hello, I am running an induction motor 2d simulation using current sources. However I am facing a couple of problems, one related to "divergence on the current step" and another problem which stops the simulation entirely "malfunction stopping the solving process". May I know how I can navigate around these issues? Thank you.
  5. Hello, I was going through the flux 2d technical tutorial for induction motor and in the case 3 section of the final, it is shown how to obtain the equivalent circuit model for the induction motor. However, upon using the equivalent circuit parameters for circuit simulation, I found that the stator current from the circuit simulation at the rated slip of 0.032 is way off the expected value of 8.48 A. Can anyone please explain? Thank you.
  6. I see. I guess I will have to work with either the 2D or 3D model. Thank you for your reply.
  7. I believe the co-simulation with skewed motor is available now, as written in the user guide.
  8. While doing a co-simulation of flux skew with simulink, I am receiving this error message. How do I open a multi physic session? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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