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Comparison between three iron-powder topologies of electrically magnetized synchronous machines

Martinez-Munoz, D; Reinap, Avo LU and Alaküla, Mats LU (2006) International Conference on Electrical Machines, 2004 In Recent Developments of Electrical Drives. Best papers from the International Conference on Electrical Machines ICEM’04 p.335-347
Abstract
The finite element method has been used to analyse three topologies of iron-powder electrically magnetized synchronous machines. The first topology has the field winding placed in magnetically conducting end-plates, eliminating the need of slip-rings. In the second topology this is achieved by placing the winding above the outer rotor, and the third topology corresponds to the more conventional design with the field coils in the rotor. The results show that the first topology outputs 60% more torque than the other designs, although the three topologies present similar characteristics with regard to torque density
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field coils, outer rotor, torque density, field winding, finite element method, iron-powder topologies, electrically magnetized synchronous machines
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Recent Developments of Electrical Drives. Best papers from the International Conference on Electrical Machines ICEM’04
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335 - 347
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Springer
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International Conference on Electrical Machines, 2004
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  • WOS:000243744700028
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978-1-4020-4534-9
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10.1007/978-1-4020-4535-6_28
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English
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  abstract     = {The finite element method has been used to analyse three topologies of iron-powder electrically magnetized synchronous machines. The first topology has the field winding placed in magnetically conducting end-plates, eliminating the need of slip-rings. In the second topology this is achieved by placing the winding above the outer rotor, and the third topology corresponds to the more conventional design with the field coils in the rotor. The results show that the first topology outputs 60% more torque than the other designs, although the three topologies present similar characteristics with regard to torque density},
  author       = {Martinez-Munoz, D and Reinap, Avo and Alaküla, Mats},
  booktitle    = {Recent Developments of Electrical Drives. Best papers from the International Conference on Electrical Machines ICEM’04},
  isbn         = {978-1-4020-4534-9},
  keyword      = {field coils,outer rotor,torque density,field winding,finite element method,iron-powder topologies,electrically magnetized synchronous machines},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {335--347},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  title        = {Comparison between three iron-powder topologies of electrically magnetized synchronous machines},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-4535-6_28},
  year         = {2006},
}