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Design Considerations and Validation of Permanent Magnet Vernier Machine with Consequent Pole Rotor for Low Speed Servo Applications
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 Title & Authors
Design Considerations and Validation of Permanent Magnet Vernier Machine with Consequent Pole Rotor for Low Speed Servo Applications
Chung, Shi-Uk; Chun, Yon-Do; Woo, Byung-Chul; Hong, Do-Kwan; Lee, Ji-Young;
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 Abstract
This paper deals with design consideration and validation of a new pole-slot combination for permanent magnet vernier machine (PMVM) with consequent pole (CP) rotor especially for extremely low speed servo applications. A 136pole-24slot PMVM with CP rotor is introduced and analyzed by 2D and 3D finite element analysis (FEA) and discussion on experimental validation is also included.
 Keywords
Consequent pole;Permanent magnet;Vernier machine;Low speed;
 Language
English
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