With the MagCoupler Module, motor manufacturers can interface and test their motor design with the intended power converters and control schemes, and optimize the design based on performance, size, and cost.
A major advantage is that you can simulate electric machines based on the definition of the machine dimension, structure, and materials, thus eliminating the need to extract or derive machine parameters. This gives more accurate results that take into account magnetic saturation and losses, time harmonics and space harmonics, and other nonlinear effects that would be difficult to consider otherwise.
Since PSIM links to Matlab/Simulink through the SimCoupler Module, you can run all three software together by having the control in Simulink, the power converter in PSIM, and the electric machine in JMAG.
The MagCoupler Module is very easy to use, and the link between PSIM and JMAG can be easily set up with the minimum user input and without any custom C/C++ programming.
MagCoupler in version PSIM 2020a is compatible with JMAG versions JMAG 19.1, 19.0, 18.0, and 17.1.