Power electronics and drives play a crucial role in various industrial applications, and therefore its control systems have become more significant since the turn of this century in the developing world. A power engineer must first control the system, design and simulate its model, and then implement it to verify the simulation results. Lucas Nulle Servo Drive (LNSD) system is a powerful tool for power engineers, researchers, professors, and students to enhance research efficiency. The system comprises self-commuted converter circuits with insulated-gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs), which incorporate control and measurement of power electronics parameters.
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