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02-27-2011
10:52 AM

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forward park equation using verilog

Hi there...

I have one equation about Id=Ialpha*cosθ+Ibeta*sinθ Iq=-Ialpah*sinθ+Ibeta*cosθ I do not know how to the design of this equation using verilog. anyone help me for suggestions on this. Thanks in advance! This question has been bugging me for some time.
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02-27-2011
11:08 AM

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It is not a simple matter.

Start reading the followin thread http://www.alteraforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26594&highlight=cosine
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02-27-2011
12:35 PM

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now.. i already read the link that u reply to me..

actually, i want to design the movement of ac motor using forward park transform. i must design it using the verilog code. the problem now, i dont know how to start design the ac motor using that equation of park transform and do it in verilog code. i must create the input and output for 16 bits. and i want to know what different between the verilog code and VHDL? it's that same or different? i really need ur help... tqFor more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.