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Wow that looks good man!
I did it using simulation.I understand the concept and hope this doesn't come across as arrogant, it is simply me being lazy and not putting forth the effort to procure the materials (even though I am pretty sure I do have most of these at home)I showed which way the current was going when the different switches in the H-bridge are actuated.Did I simulate the motor model incorrectly? (I think it may need a back emf voltage source, but I'm still learning that now)
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