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A Novel Stator Hybrid Excited Doubly Salient Permanent Magnet Brushless Machine for Electric Vehicles
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 Title & Authors
A Novel Stator Hybrid Excited Doubly Salient Permanent Magnet Brushless Machine for Electric Vehicles
Zhu Xiaoyong; Cheng Ming;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a novel stator hybrid excited doubly salient permanent magnet (SHEDS-PM) brushless machine with a special magnetic bridge is proposed for the first time. The originality of this machine is purposely to add a magnetic bridge in shunt with each PM pole, which not only maintains the stator lamination in its entireness, but also amplifies the effect of DC field flux on PM flux. An equivalent magnetic circuit is presented to clarify the novelty. Based on the 2-D finite element analysis, the static characteristics of the SHEDS-PM machine, namely phase flux linkage, back-EMF, cogging torque, winding inductance and static torque are deduced. The corresponding results on a prototype machine illustrate that the proposed machine is promising for application to electric vehicles.
 Keywords
hybrid excited;doubly salient machine;permanent magnet (PM) machine;finite element analysis (FEA);
 Language
English
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