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Title: Electromagnetic vibration and noise analysis of permanent magnet synchronous motor with different slot-pole combinations
Authors: Fu Lin;Shuguang Zuo;Xudong Wu
subject: stator vibration level|teeth surface|electromagnetic noise analysis|field harmonic sources|slot-pole combinations|spatial harmonic order|radial force spatial distribution characteristics|radial force temporal distribution characteristics|2D radial force decomposition|permanent magnet synchronous motor|force harmonics|multiphysics model|mode superposition method|boundary element method|nonuniformly distributed force|Maxwell stress tensor method|2D fast Fourier transform|stator noise level|electromagnetic vibration analysis
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This study first employs Maxwell stress tensor method to derive the spatial and temporal distribution characteristics of radial force which induces the electromagnetic vibration and noise. 2D fast Fourier transform is adopted to obtain the frequency components of radial force with specifically spatial harmonic order and force harmonics in six motors with different slot-pole combinations are compared. Then, a multiphysics model for electromagnetic vibration and noise prediction considering the non-uniformly distributed force on the teeth surface is established. Mode superposition method and boundary element method are, respectively, used to calculate the stator vibration and noise. The vibration and noise level in motors with different slot-pole combinations are compared and the corresponding field harmonic sources of noise peaks are located based on 2D decomposing of radial force. Finally, the noise level under different rotational speed and current is discussed. It is mainly concluded that the lowest spatial order force dominates the vibration and noise performance. The noise level under different rotational speed and current depends on the amplitude and frequency of the lowest order force which is the closest to the frequency of the stator mode with the same spatial order.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/170828
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/660235
ISSN: 1751-8660
1751-8679
volume: 10
issue: 9
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: Electromagnetic vibration and noise analysis of permanent magnet synchronous motor with different slot-pole combinations
Authors: Fu Lin;Shuguang Zuo;Xudong Wu
subject: stator vibration level|teeth surface|electromagnetic noise analysis|field harmonic sources|slot-pole combinations|spatial harmonic order|radial force spatial distribution characteristics|radial force temporal distribution characteristics|2D radial force decomposition|permanent magnet synchronous motor|force harmonics|multiphysics model|mode superposition method|boundary element method|nonuniformly distributed force|Maxwell stress tensor method|2D fast Fourier transform|stator noise level|electromagnetic vibration analysis
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This study first employs Maxwell stress tensor method to derive the spatial and temporal distribution characteristics of radial force which induces the electromagnetic vibration and noise. 2D fast Fourier transform is adopted to obtain the frequency components of radial force with specifically spatial harmonic order and force harmonics in six motors with different slot-pole combinations are compared. Then, a multiphysics model for electromagnetic vibration and noise prediction considering the non-uniformly distributed force on the teeth surface is established. Mode superposition method and boundary element method are, respectively, used to calculate the stator vibration and noise. The vibration and noise level in motors with different slot-pole combinations are compared and the corresponding field harmonic sources of noise peaks are located based on 2D decomposing of radial force. Finally, the noise level under different rotational speed and current is discussed. It is mainly concluded that the lowest spatial order force dominates the vibration and noise performance. The noise level under different rotational speed and current depends on the amplitude and frequency of the lowest order force which is the closest to the frequency of the stator mode with the same spatial order.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/170828
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/660235
ISSN: 1751-8660
1751-8679
volume: 10
issue: 9
Appears in Collections:2016

Files in This Item:
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Title: Electromagnetic vibration and noise analysis of permanent magnet synchronous motor with different slot-pole combinations
Authors: Fu Lin;Shuguang Zuo;Xudong Wu
subject: stator vibration level|teeth surface|electromagnetic noise analysis|field harmonic sources|slot-pole combinations|spatial harmonic order|radial force spatial distribution characteristics|radial force temporal distribution characteristics|2D radial force decomposition|permanent magnet synchronous motor|force harmonics|multiphysics model|mode superposition method|boundary element method|nonuniformly distributed force|Maxwell stress tensor method|2D fast Fourier transform|stator noise level|electromagnetic vibration analysis
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This study first employs Maxwell stress tensor method to derive the spatial and temporal distribution characteristics of radial force which induces the electromagnetic vibration and noise. 2D fast Fourier transform is adopted to obtain the frequency components of radial force with specifically spatial harmonic order and force harmonics in six motors with different slot-pole combinations are compared. Then, a multiphysics model for electromagnetic vibration and noise prediction considering the non-uniformly distributed force on the teeth surface is established. Mode superposition method and boundary element method are, respectively, used to calculate the stator vibration and noise. The vibration and noise level in motors with different slot-pole combinations are compared and the corresponding field harmonic sources of noise peaks are located based on 2D decomposing of radial force. Finally, the noise level under different rotational speed and current is discussed. It is mainly concluded that the lowest spatial order force dominates the vibration and noise performance. The noise level under different rotational speed and current depends on the amplitude and frequency of the lowest order force which is the closest to the frequency of the stator mode with the same spatial order.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/170828
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/660235
ISSN: 1751-8660
1751-8679
volume: 10
issue: 9
Appears in Collections:2016

Files in This Item:
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7725773.pdf954.65 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail
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