How much do you know about Model-Based Design for power electronics systems?

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How much do you know about Model-Based Design for power electronics systems?

Take this 10-question quiz to see how much you know about working with a system model when designing digital control for motors, power converters, and battery systems.

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What is Model-Based Design?

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What kind of power electronics system can you develop using Model-Based Design?

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After simulating your model containing control algorithms and the electrical system, which of the following is NOT true for Model-Based Design?

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Which of the following is NOT a way in which Model-Based Design helps save time and money in developing your power electronics project?

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Using Model-Based Design for power electronics simulation helps with:

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True or false: Using Model-Based Design you can automate the generation of production-ready C or HDL code from your digital control algorithms to run on MCUs, DSPs, and FPGAs.

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How do you use existing C/C++ code when you adopt Model-Based Design?

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Which of the following model verification activities can be automated for your power electronics system with Model-Based Design?

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Model-Based Design complements and enables Agile development practices, including:

Question 10/10

True or false: Models used in Model-Based Design cannot be used as digital twins of the electrical system in operation.

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