2014 IEEE Conference and Expo Transportation Electrification Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific) 2014
DOI: 10.1109/itec-ap.2014.6941226 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: In this paper, a new flux switching permanent magnet machine(S-FSPM) with an outer-rotor configuration is proposed, which termed as sandwiched flux switching permanent magnet machine(S-FSPM). The prominent characteristics of the new S-FSPM machine is that the two pieces of PMs mounted in the same stator pole with an optimized angle is able to improve magnet usage efficiency and maximum output torque. Firstly, the operation principle of the new 6/22-pole S-FSPM machine has been proposed. To evaluate the perform… Show more

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“…An outer-rotor in-wheel configuration is one of the most suitable candidates due to the capability to provide higher torque density as compared with inner-rotor machines . In conjunction, permanent magnet (PM) brushless machine is the most successful machine that offers high torque and power density, low acoustic noise, low torque ripple, and high efficiency that meets the requirement for EVs propulsion system [1,2] . Over the last decade, research and development on flux switching machine (FSM) become an attractive research topic due to their some advantages of high torque/power density and robust rotor structure which a combination advantages of brushless PM machines and switched reluctance machines (SRM) [3] .…”
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“…An outer-rotor in-wheel configuration is one of the most suitable candidates due to the capability to provide higher torque density as compared with inner-rotor machines . In conjunction, permanent magnet (PM) brushless machine is the most successful machine that offers high torque and power density, low acoustic noise, low torque ripple, and high efficiency that meets the requirement for EVs propulsion system [1,2] . Over the last decade, research and development on flux switching machine (FSM) become an attractive research topic due to their some advantages of high torque/power density and robust rotor structure which a combination advantages of brushless PM machines and switched reluctance machines (SRM) [3] .…”
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“…In [17], a sample of a high-power three-phase 12-stator-slot/10-rotor-pole FSPM motor used for hybrid electric vehicles is designed by FEM. In [18], a new flux switching permanent magnet machine (S-FSPM) with an outer-rotor configuration is studied by theoretical analysis and two-dimensional (2-D) FEM. In [19,20] 2-D analytical method is implemented to predict electromagnetic quantities for FSPM by using Maxwell equations.…”
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