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Design of Linear Transverse Flux Machine for Stelzer Machine using Equivalent Magnet Circuit and FEM

  • Jeong, Sung-In (Dept. of IT-Automotive Engineering, Gwangju University)
  • Received : 2017.10.31
  • Accepted : 2018.03.15
  • Published : 2018.07.01

Abstract

This paper presents the new design and validation process of the linear transverse flux machine of the stelzer machine for hybrid vehicle application. A linear transverse flux machine is a novel electric machine that has higher force density and power than conventional electric machine. The process concentrates on 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional analysis using equivalent magnetic circuit method considering leakage elements and it is verified by finite element analysis. Besides the force characteristics of all axis of each direction are analyzed. The study is considered by dividing the transverse flux electric excited type and the transverse flux permanent magnet excited type. Additionally three-dimensional analysis in this machine is accomplished due to asymmetric structure with another three axes. Finally, it suggests the new design and validation process of linear transverse flux machine for stelzer machine.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Gwangju University

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