MATLAB & Simulink


Modeling Electrical Power Systems with Simscape

Course Highlight

This one-day course discusses how to model electrical power systems in the Simulink® environment using the Simscape Electrical™ Specialized Power Systems library (formerly SimPowerSystems™).  

 Topics include:

  • Creating three-phase systems with passive elements

  • Creating three-phase systems with electrical machines

  • Analyzing and controlling electrical power systems

  • Modeling power electronic components

  • Speeding up simulation of electrical models

Course Prerequisites 

MATLAB Fundamentals, Simulink for System and Algorithm Modeling, Modeling Physical Systems with Simscape. 



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Who Should Attend

Engineers and researchers who needs to design, simulate and analyze electrical power systems in Simulink environment using the Simscape Electrical Specialized Power Systems Library. 

Course Benefits

Upon the completion of this course, the participants will be able to 

- create three-phase systems with passive elements and electrical machines

- analyze and control electrical power systems

- model power electronics component. 

Course Outline

Day 1 of 1

Introduction to Three-Phase Systems


Objective: Become familiar with the Simscape Electrical environment by modeling a simple three-phase electrical system. 

  • Creating three-phase models 

  • Measuring physical quantities

  • Viewing and setting initial states

  • Modeling transformers

  • Simulating nonlinear electrical models 


Three-Phase Systems with Electrical Machines


Objective: Create models with three-phase electrical machines.

  • Modeling electrical machines

  • Actuating and measuring machine quantities

  • Initializing machines

  • Selecting solver methods


Controlling Electrical Machines


Objective: Analyze and control the effects of loads and disturbances on electrical machine models.

  • Modeling breakers and faults 

  • Controlling electrical machines

  • Improving model readability

  • Parameterizing models


Power Electronics


Objective: Model electrical power conversion and transmission systems.

  • Inverters and rectifiers

  • Transmission losses

  • Connecting to Simscape

  • Inverter control

  • Testing and integrating models