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Title: Geometry Analysis and Optimization of PM-Assisted Reluctance Motors
Authors: Yawei Wang;Giacomo Bacco;Nicola Bianchi
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper deals with a detailed geometry analysis of the rotor structure for both synchronous reluctance and permanent magnet (PM)-assisted reluctance motor in order to suggest an automatic procedure to design the rotor structure. The shape of flux barriers is selected to achieve both high d-axis inductance and low q-axis inductance to obtain high output torque and high power factor. Methods to properly design the geometry of the ends of each barrier and PMs are adopted. In order to draw a rotor with proper shape, different modifications are discussed. All details are described to allow any reader to adopt the same procedures. After that, such a procedure is used to rapidly analyze the impact of some geometry changes on the machine performance to give a design guideline. The analyzing process starts from a reluctance motor considering the number of barriers, insulation ratio, split ratio, and slots per pole per phase. Then, the PMs are inset into flux barriers and the effect of PM width on torque, power factor, and flux weakening capability is investigated. At last, the demagnetization limit under overload operations is analyzed.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/203864
volume: 53
issue: 5
More Information: 4338,
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Title: Geometry Analysis and Optimization of PM-Assisted Reluctance Motors
Authors: Yawei Wang;Giacomo Bacco;Nicola Bianchi
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper deals with a detailed geometry analysis of the rotor structure for both synchronous reluctance and permanent magnet (PM)-assisted reluctance motor in order to suggest an automatic procedure to design the rotor structure. The shape of flux barriers is selected to achieve both high d-axis inductance and low q-axis inductance to obtain high output torque and high power factor. Methods to properly design the geometry of the ends of each barrier and PMs are adopted. In order to draw a rotor with proper shape, different modifications are discussed. All details are described to allow any reader to adopt the same procedures. After that, such a procedure is used to rapidly analyze the impact of some geometry changes on the machine performance to give a design guideline. The analyzing process starts from a reluctance motor considering the number of barriers, insulation ratio, split ratio, and slots per pole per phase. Then, the PMs are inset into flux barriers and the effect of PM width on torque, power factor, and flux weakening capability is investigated. At last, the demagnetization limit under overload operations is analyzed.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/203864
volume: 53
issue: 5
More Information: 4338,
4347
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
File SizeFormat 
7921587.pdf1.67 MBAdobe PDF
Title: Geometry Analysis and Optimization of PM-Assisted Reluctance Motors
Authors: Yawei Wang;Giacomo Bacco;Nicola Bianchi
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper deals with a detailed geometry analysis of the rotor structure for both synchronous reluctance and permanent magnet (PM)-assisted reluctance motor in order to suggest an automatic procedure to design the rotor structure. The shape of flux barriers is selected to achieve both high d-axis inductance and low q-axis inductance to obtain high output torque and high power factor. Methods to properly design the geometry of the ends of each barrier and PMs are adopted. In order to draw a rotor with proper shape, different modifications are discussed. All details are described to allow any reader to adopt the same procedures. After that, such a procedure is used to rapidly analyze the impact of some geometry changes on the machine performance to give a design guideline. The analyzing process starts from a reluctance motor considering the number of barriers, insulation ratio, split ratio, and slots per pole per phase. Then, the PMs are inset into flux barriers and the effect of PM width on torque, power factor, and flux weakening capability is investigated. At last, the demagnetization limit under overload operations is analyzed.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/203864
volume: 53
issue: 5
More Information: 4338,
4347
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
File SizeFormat 
7921587.pdf1.67 MBAdobe PDF