1. Wecome

 2. Recent Advances in Circuit Simulation of Power Electronics Systems

 3. Acknowledgment

 4. OUTLINE

 5. Why Simulation

 6.  Desired Simulator’s Features for Power Electronics Systems

 7. Tasks Requirements

 8. Modern Simulators

 9. PSPICE – The Physical Simulator

10. Working with PSPICE

11. AEi Power IC Library

12. ICAP/4 –  MICROCAP Other SPICE Based Simulators

13. PSIM -The Switching Circuit Simulator

14. PSIM AC Model

15. Simplorer - The “Switch-Mode System” Simulator

16. Simulation example

17. PLECS – The MATLAB Plug-In

18. PLECS Circuit as a Simulink Block

19. Benchmark

20. PLECS Circuit as a Simulink Block

21. Benchmark

22. PSPICE cycle-by-cycle model

23. PSIM Flyback cycle-by-cycle model

24. PSIM   DCM cycle-by-cycle simulation results

25. PSPICE vs. PSIM Flyback cycle-by-cycle simulation results

26. PSPICE vs. PSIM Flyback cycle-by-cycle simulation results

27. Small Signal (AC) Analysis

28. Power-Stage small signal transfer function By injection of sinusoidal perturbation

29. Flyback Average Model - PSPICE

30. Simplorer Flyback cycle-by-cycle model and simulation results

31. PLECS Flyback cycle-by-cycle model and simulation results

32. Comparison Table

33. Some Recent Simulation Techniques  Developed at BGU

34. Simulation of Non-Linear Elements Inductor Example

35. Non-Linear Inductor Model

36. Self Oscillating Converter

37. Simulation of Self-Oscillating Converter

38. Comparison Simulation vs. Experiment Results

39. Envelope Simulation for Power System  Driven by a Modulated Signal

40. Envelop Simulation

41. A Primer to Envelope Simulation

42. Phasor Analysis

43. Steps in SPICE-Based Envelope Simulation

44. Splitting the Network  into Two Cross-Coupled Components - Imaginary and Real

45. Example: Piezoelectric Transformer Driven by FM Signal (SPICE)

46. Linear Equivalent Circuit

47. OrCAD Schematics  for Envelope Simulation

48. Results of Full and Envelope Transient Simulations

49. Results: Piezoelectric Transformer  Driven by FM signal (AC and Point-by-Point)  for Different Carrier Frequencies

50. Thank You for Your Attention