A New Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulator for CNC Machine Applications

2013-03-01
USENMEZ, S.
MUTLU, B. R.
Yaman, Ulaş
KILIÇ, ERGİN
Dölen, Melik
Koku, Ahmet Buğra
This study focuses on an integrated software and hardware platform that is capable of performing (real-time/nonreal- time) hardware-in-the-loop simulation of dynamic systems, including electrical machinery, CNC machine tools. In this approach, once the dynamics of the plant to be controlled is defined via C++ language, the resulting code is cross-compiled automatically on a PC. Executable files along with the necessary drivers are downloaded onto the composite hardware platform that consists of a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) along with a powerful DSP board. The paper elaborates the overall performance of this novel hybrid HILS platform on a CNC machine tool application.

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Citation Formats
S. USENMEZ, B. R. MUTLU, U. Yaman, E. KILIÇ, M. Dölen, and A. B. Koku, “A New Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulator for CNC Machine Applications,” 2013, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/45986.