Electromechanical Systems Simulation Software (LVSIM-EMS)

The Electromechanical Systems Simulation Software (LVSIM®-EMS) is a simulation software that covers the same courseware as the following systems:
  • Computer-Assisted 0.2 kW Electromechanical Training System, Model 8006-1
  • DC and AC Power Circuits Training System, Model 8010-1
  • Electromechanical Training System, Model 8010-9
  • AC Power Transmission Training System, Model 8010-B
LVSIM-EMS is a web-browser based application available in three different configurations. The simulation software can either be installed locally on a Windows® personal computer (local version), on a Windows server (network version), or accessed directly online through the labvolt.com website at lvsim.labvolt.com (online version). Both network and local versions are delivered with perpetual license for the current version. The online version is delivered as an annual license with possibility to expand for more years.
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Features & Benefits

  • Replicates the Electromechanical Training System, enabling students to perform actual experiments using virtual equipment
    • Install, move, and remove EMS modules in and from the workstation
    • Modify module connections at any time and change the color of wires
    • Install a timing belt between two EMS machines
    • Verify module connections using a tool that highlights all wires connected to a same circuit point
    • Perform measurements of voltage, current, power, speed, torque, impedance, resistance, reactance, and frequency and display the values on digital or analog meters
    • Record measurements in a data table and plot graphs using the recorded data
    • Display waveforms on a multi-channel oscilloscope and ac voltages and currents as phasors
  • Students prepare for laboratories in advance using virtual equipment, thereby decreasing the time they require to perform the exercises using actual equipment
  • Decreases the quantity of actual equipment required per student
  • Allows students to practice with EMS equipment operation and connection at home on a personal computer

Topic Coverage

  • Fundamentals for Electric Power Technology
  • Alternating Current
  • Capacitors in AC Circuits
  • Inductors in AC Circuits
  • Power, Phasors, and Impedance in AC Circuits
  • Three-Phase Circuits
  • Special Transformer Connections
  • Single- and three-Phase Transformers
  • Fundamentals for Rotating Machines
  • DC Motors and Generators
  • Special Characteristics of DC Motors
  • AC Induction and Synchronous Motors
  • Three-Phase Synchronous Generators

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