Nowadays, power electronics are applied in many applications, playing a critical role on the transformation of the current electric grid into the next-generation grid.
The use of rapid prototyping tools provides the designer with a powerful platform to test and develop new ideas and concepts. These rapid prototyping approaches greatly reduce the time and effort required for the overall design process. Traditionally modeling/simulation and implementation have been two distinct tasks. Rapid prototyping tools aim to bridge the gap between simulation and implementation and make the power electronic circuit design as simple as possible.
At Smart RUE lab the simulation of distribution network under future scenarios is thoroughly analyzed. An integral part of this process are the Triphase’s Distributed Power Modules that realize a scalable, flexible and open platform for rapid prototyping of power conversion and power system applications.