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Design and Analysis of a Permanent-Magnet-Assisted Switched Reluctance Motor
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 Title & Authors
Design and Analysis of a Permanent-Magnet-Assisted Switched Reluctance Motor
Hwang, Hongsik; Hur, Jin; Lee, Cheewoo;
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 Abstract
A permanent-magnet-assisted switched reluctance motor (SRM) having small excitation poles, where phase coils are concentrically wound on the poles and thin permanent magnets are inserted inside the poles, is proposed in this paper. The insertion of permanent magnets into the stator excitation poles has a significant influence on positive torque improvement leading to a boost in efficiency. Three key design parameters such as the thickness of permanent magnets, space between two adjacent permanent magnets, and the width of stator excitation poles are determined during a design procedure in terms of the enhancement of positive torque. Step-by-step design modification and a comparison between the proposed permanent-magnet-assisted SRM and no-permanent-magnet SRM have been conducted by means of static torque comparison along with dynamic performance. The first prototype from steel laminations up to its physical assembly has been constructed.
 Keywords
Brushless motor;Switched reluctance motor;Permanent-magnet assistance;
 Language
English
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