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Title: Prototyping Power Electronics Systems with Zynq-Based Boards Using Matlab/Simulink—A Complete Methodology
Authors: Caseiro, Luís Miguel Antunes 
Caires, Diogo 
Mendes, André 
Keywords: FPGA; rapid prototyping; Simulink;; HDL Coder; Xilinx Zynq; Zedboard
Issue Date: 2022
Serial title, monograph or event: Electronics (Switzerland)
Volume: 11
Issue: 7
Abstract: Many advanced power electronics control techniques present a steep computational load, demanding advanced controllers, such as FPGAs. However, FPGA development is a daunting and time-consuming task, inaccessible to most users. This paper proposes a complete methodology for prototyping power electronics with Xilinx Zynq-based boards using Matlab/Simulink and HDL Coder. Even though these tools are relatively well documented, and several works in the literature have used them, a methodology for developing power electronics systems with them has never been proposed. This paper aims to address that, by proposing a complete programming and design methodology for Zynq-based power electronics and discussing important drawbacks and hurdles in Simulink/HDL Coder development, as well as their possible solutions. In addition, techniques for the implementation of all required peripherals (ADCs, digital outputs, etc.), system protections, and real-time data acquisition on Zynq boards are presented. This methodology considerably reduces the development time and effort of power electronics solutions using Zynq-based boards. In addition, a demonstration Simulink model is provided with all proposed techniques and protections, for use with a readily available development board (Zedboard) and ADC modules. This should further reduce the learning curve and development effort of this type of solution, contributing to a broader access to high-performance control prototyping using Zynq-based platforms. An application example is presented to demonstrate the potential of the proposed workflow, using a Zedboard to control a multilevel UPS inverter prototype with Model Predictive Control.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10316/103232
ISSN: 2079-9292
DOI: 10.3390/electronics11071130
Rights: openAccess
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