Altair PSIM 2022.1.0.8 Win x64



Altair PSIM 2022.1.0 | 472.5 mb
Product:Altair PSIM
Version:Professional 2022.1.0.8
Supported Architectures:x64
Website Home Page :www.altair.com
Languages Supported:english
System Requirements:Windows *
Size:472.5 mb
Altair , a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), acquired Powersim, a market-leading provider of simulation and design tools for power electronics, including power supplies, motor drives, control systems, and microgrids.


This acquisition includes PSIM, Powersim’s flagship product for design and simulation of power electronics and motor drives. PSIM delivers unbeatable simulation speed while producing accurate system-level results, empowers easy implementation including embedded code generation and seamless adoption in any environment, and provides robust system-level design and simulation for various industrial applications.
This acquisition expands Altair’s electronic system design technology into the domain of power electronics.
New Features and Enhancements PSIM 2022.1

Altair PSIM Licensing
PSIM 2022.1 is the first release of PSIM after the acquisition of PowerSim Inc. by Altair. In this release, PSIM now also supports the
Altair Licensing system. A new setup dialog for License Configuration has the option for using the Altair license or PSIM legacy license. Upon installation of PSIM,
user will then be offered to use the various options (managed, server, local file) available with Altair Licensing

Improvement in thermal module
New thermal .XML database
The Thermal device database folder is now provided with semiconductor devices in the .XML format which can be edited by any text editors. The previous. DEV format is still supported. Around 400 new devices are added.

The Device Database Editor (PcdEditor) can now be used to add new devices and manage devices in the .XML format.

Integrated into multi-level switch models
The multi-level switch models are now integrated to support thermal switching characteristics as well. The Model Level drop-down box in switch elements can now be used to select Thermal:

New Power Supply Design Suite templates
Three new templates are provided in Power Supply Design Suite (PSDS) for the design of peak current mode controlled (PCMC) dc-dc converters.
PCMC Boost Converter Template
The overall structure of the new PCMC dc-dc boost converter template with the system-level design and the PWM IC implementation is shown below:

PCMC Buck Converter Template
The overall structure of the new PCMC dc-dc buck converter template with the system-level design and the PWM IC implementation is shown below:

PCMC Flyback Converter Template
The overall structure of the new PCMC dc-dc flyback converter template with the system-level design and the PWM IC implementation is shown below in the figure:

New 3-phase elements
Voltage sensor and probe
A new 3-phase voltage sensor element is added:

A new 3-phase voltage probe element is added:

Current sensor and probe
A new 3-phase voltage sensor element is added:

A new 3-phase voltage probe element is added:

Direct Co-simulation Link with Activate
A new PSIM cosimulation block is added in Palettes → Activate → CoSimulation for the direct co-simulation between PSIM and Activate.

Direct Co-simulation Link with Embed
A new PSIM cosimulation block is added in Embed → Blocks → Extensions for the direct co-simulation between PSIM and Embed.

Other Improvements
– New timestep tutorial video cross link
Resolved Issues
– B-H curve tool do not refresh graph sometimes when the values are modified
– SimCoder generates wrong code for SPI when there are multiple input channels with same sampling rate.
– SimCoder doesn’t support ‘Active Low Complementary’ dead time mode
– A minimized help window is easily lost
– PSIM AC sweep examples
– PSIM unrecoverable simulation warning
– .smv file corrupted to pull frequency info when Descriptionted
– ADC multisampling documentation
– SimCoder generates wrong code for single out circular buffer
– Hard – crash FFT .smv file causes hard crash
– Codegen Issue when SUM block has one logic input

PSIMhas been a leading power electronics and motor drive simulation and design software for over 25 years. With an intuitive, user-friendly interface and a robust simulation engine, PSIM is the all-in-one solution that meets users’ simulation and design needs.
PSIM can handle quick power converter loss calculations, motor drive efficiency calculations, conducted EMI analysis, and analog/digital control. PSIM also offers automatic embedded code generation for rapid control prototyping. Additionally, with PSIM’s various Design Suites, users can design power supplies, electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters, and motor drive systems quickly and conveniently.
PSIM also integrates seamlessly with other Altair products (Activate, Embed, Flux/FluxMotor, MotionSolve) and with third-party software, and offers an integrated solution for multi-domain, multi-physics systems.
Getting started with PSIM
Altairis a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI) that provides software and cloud solutions in simulation, high-performance computing (HPC), data analytics, and AI. Altair enables organizations across all industries to compete more effectively and drive smarter decisions in an increasingly connected world – all while creating a greener, more sustainable future.

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