Building Electrical Systems for Aerospace Applications


In this webinar, we will discuss on modeling and simulating electrical systems using MATLAB and Simulink. First, we focus on Electric Aircraft, understand various levels of readiness for more electric aircrafts and building them using Simscape Electrical.

Second half of this webinar will focus applications such as motor control and battery management system (BMS). Using Motor Control Blockset, we will discuss on how to model PMSM motors and design and deploy controllers and using Simscape Electrical, we will see how to design battery packs and develop BMS.


In this webinar you will learn about:

More-Electric Aircrafts

  • Introduction to More-Electric Aircraft 
  • Technology Readiness levels of Electrical systems 
  • Building System level Models for an Electric Aircraft

Motor Controls & Battery Management Systems

  • Sensor calibration and Parameter Estimation of PMSM Motor
  • FOC Controller design and deployment
  • Modeling Electrical and thermal aspects of battery behaviors
  • Developing BMS algorithm

About the Presenters

Naga Pemmaraju is a Sr. Application Engineer with MathWorks India Pvt Ltd. specializing in the areas of Modeling, Simulation, Controls and Real-Time Simulations. He closely works with customers from Automotive Industry, Defense Labs and other Tier I Education Institutes in helping them adopt Model Based Design approach using MathWorks Products. He has over 13 years of experience working in controls for Automotive, Aero and Renewable Energy domains. Prior to joining MathWorks, Naga worked on controls for Wind Turbines at Vestas Wind System, on auto-code generation for Converter Controls at Northern Power Systems and on Hardware-in-Loop (HIL) simulations at Caterpillar Inc.

Naga holds a Bachelor degree in Electronics and Control Engineering from JNTU, Hyderabad and Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University, Kingsville-USA.

Ramanuja Jagannathan is an Application Engineer at MathWorks India and works in the fields of control design, physical modeling and digital twin. He has worked with MathWorks for three years and is interested to hear about challenging engineering problems from customers and help them build digital twin solutions. 

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