20 Fev. 2020 - Typhoon HIL hands-on training on hardware-in-the-loop concepts and tools

Typhoon HIL and CMP organize on February 20th 2020, at Grenoble Institute of Engineering (Grenoble INP-ENSE3), France, one intensive day with Typhoon HIL engineers to learn more about Typhoon HIL toolchain.

This training is aimed at PhD students, teachers and researchers, in the domain of power electronics, microgrids and power systems.

The outcome of this training is to give you operating knowledge of hardware-in-the-loop concepts and tools that you can apply in your everyday research and educational work.

Different test cases with simulations and demos will be presented in order to help the participants to better understand Typhoon HIL basics. The last part of the training consists of an exercise allowing the participants to apply their knowledge and to experiment autonomously with the Typhoon HIL toolchain.

Agenda

9:00-9:30 Registration and VHIL installation

9:30-10:00 Introduction session

  • Typhoon HIL your connection to industry

10:00-11:00 Grid-connected battery inverter

  • Typhoon HIL workflow basics
  • Switched-mode and average inverter models
  • SCADA visualization and simulation control

11:00-11:15 Break

11:15-12:00 Variable speed drive with thermal model

  • Power stage modeling
  • Modeling of thermal effects in inverter and induction motor
  • SCADA visualization and basic test automation

12:00-13:00 Terrestrial microgrid with intentional islanding

  • Plug-and-play microgrid library
  • Hierarchical control for intentional islanding
  • SCADA visualization and simulation control

13:00-14:00 Lunch & Networking

14:00 - 15:30 Case study: Power quality problem in LV industrial microgrid
* participants form competing teams and try to find the solution

15:30-15:45 FAQ & wrap-up session

Speakers

Ognjen Gagrica, Uros Ljubojev, Kristian Monar, Damjan Tomanek, application engineers and business developers at Typhoon HIL.

More details

Registration is fee of charge for this first training course but online registration will be mandatory.
A full number of 20 people is accepted, with a maximum of 2 persons by institution. Sign-up will be on a first come first serve basis.

Booking deadline: January 31th, 2020.

Booking request is open

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