Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation of a DC-machine with INTEL FPGA boards

P. Saenger, M. Hilairet, FEMTO-ST, CNRS, Univ. Bourgogne Franche-Comte

This article details a low cost Hardware-In-the-Loop architecture for education and research. As application example, a speed controlled DC machine is detailed, where the emulated power converter, machine, position and current sensors are implemented on a INTEL FPGA DE1_SoC board, while the controller and peripherals are implemented on a second DE1_SoC board under test. The computed data are transferred to a personal computer and display for man-machine interface (IHM).

Please send me an email at mickael.hilairet at univ-fcomte.fr so that i send you the INTEL-ALTERA FPGA code.

HIL system