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Optimal Design of Multi-DOF Deflection Type PM Motor by Response Surface Methodology
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 Title & Authors
Optimal Design of Multi-DOF Deflection Type PM Motor by Response Surface Methodology
Li, Zheng; Zhang, Lu; Lun, Qingqing; Jin, Hongbo;
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 Abstract
This paper uses response surface methodology as the optimization method of torque of multi-DOF deflection type PM motor. Firstly, the application of Taguchi algorithm selects structural parameters affecting the motor torque largely which simplifies the optimization process greatly. Then, based on the central composite design (CCD), response surface equation numerical model is constructed by the finite element method. With the aid of experiment design and analysis software, the effects of the interaction among factors on the index are analyzed. The results show that the analytical method is efficient and reliable and the experimental results can be predicted by response surface functions.
 Keywords
PM motor;Multi-degree-of-freedom;Response surface methodology;Optimization;
 Language
English
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