TyphoonSim is a high-speed offline simulator featuring variable-step capabilities, offering unparalleled flexibility for power stage and control design. Public beta version available July 2024.

Never re-draw your schematic. Ever again.

One Model. One Simulation Environment.

TyphoonSim is a high-speed offline simulator featuring variable-step capabilities, offering unparalleled flexibility for power stage and control design. Designed to tackle the challenges of today’s fragmented development cycles, our groundbreaking tool embodies the core value of an integrated simulation environment, offering genuine model continuity. With TyphoonSim, you’ll never have to redraw your schematic again, streamlining your design process effortlessly. 

By leveraging TyphoonSim, users gain an efficient and cost-effective alternative for their design and control needs. Its advanced capabilities, all within a single toolchain, simplify the transition from offline modeling to real-time HIL applications. This reduces the risk of errors and boosts productivity. Additionally, its robust features and user-friendly design make it a practical choice for both academic and industrial applications.

What Sets TyphoonSim Apart from Other Offline Simulators?

Current Market Solutions

  • Current market solutions are often expensive.
  • Lack a clear path toward controller hardware and industrial applications.
  • Reliance on multiple software toolchains requires creating and maintaining multiple models.
  • Reduces productivity by increasing workload and the risk of modeling errors.

Advantages of TyphoonSim

  • Offers full featured free licenses for academia.
  • Carefully designed to provide enhanced design and control capabilities through our flexible toolchain capable of being integrated with modern tools and programming languages.
  • Offers unparalleled flexibility and ease of use transition from offline simulation to real-time HIL.
  • Comprehensive features facilitate a seamless and efficient design experience.
  • Empowers users to overcome common obstacles and streamline their workflows painlessly.
Empowering the future of power electronics education with model-based technologies.

TyphoonSim for Academia

TyphoonSim offers unmatched learning and research opportunities for academia. It provides professors and students with a comprehensive toolchain and a seamless one-model workflow from design to testing and integration.

Committed to delivering affordable academic resources, TyphoonSim equips users with essential tools to excel in power electronics. With a user-friendly simulation environment and full-featured free licensing for academia, TyphoonSim meets students’ learning needs and curiosities. It bridges the gap between theoretical knowledge and real-world application, preparing students for the complexities of their careers.

For educators and learners alike, TyphoonSim provides:

  • Industry-grade quality interface with a user-friendly GUI for easy onboarding with minimal training. 
  • Versatile simulation capabilities spanning diverse power electronics and power systems disciplines. 
  • Enhanced usability and efficiency through features like automatic code generation. 
  • Test automation and seamless integration capabilities with Python. 
  • Easy access and installation with a one-click download, eliminating the need for dongles keys. 
  • Unlimited installations are available for academic users who can obtain licenses for free, ensuring accessibility for all students and faculty. 
  • Access to free power electronics courses, examples, and re-usable teaching-ready content on HIL Academy. 

Interested in adopting Typhoon HIL solutions for your teaching labs?

Consider pre-ordering our new HIL101 Simulator, your entry-level device designed to support HIL simulation needs for academia with the complete feature set used by OEMs and integrators.

Experience a one-model workflow. From Design to Testing and Integration.

TyphoonSim for Industry

TyphoonSim streamlines industrial design with an integrated toolchain that eliminates the need for multiple models and manual adjustments. It simplifies real-time model creation and validation, consolidating all lifecycle stages into a single model. Seamlessly integrating into advanced industrial toolchains, TyphoonSim supports a smooth transition from design to Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing. Designed for easy integration into existing applications, it aims to enhance power electronics lifecycle workflows, reflecting our commitment to innovation and customer success.

TyphoonSim offers several key benefits: 

  • Reducing workload and minimizing the risk of modeling errors. 
  • Removing the requirement for external model validation tools, simplifying the creation and validation of real-time models. 
  • Minimizing validation friction and accelerating the adoption of real-time models in design processes, which are inherently more demanding due to numerical and real-time constraints. 
  • Providing additional integration capability [with Simulink blockset under development] and flexibility, seamlessly integrating with other tools and environments. 
  • Ensuring genuine model continuity throughout different stages of development. 
  • Offering an offline, variable-step simulator that provides full flexibility for power stage and control design. 

Ready to experience the benefits firsthand?

Embark on your journey with TyphoonSim today. Explore our free-trial period or introductory package to get started and discover the efficiency and flexibility of our offline simulator. 

Learning Simulation in a Lab

TyphoonSim has transformed the way my students and I explore power electronics in the lab. The high-speed offline simulator with variable-step capabilities allows my students to seamlessly transition between different stages of their projects without redrawing schematics. The intuitive, user-friendly GUI and comprehensive toolchain empower my students to explore and experiment with confidence, significantly enhancing their learning experience – it has been a game-changer for research and teaching in my lab.

Xiaonan Lu, Ph.D.

Associate Professor at Purdue University