2014 IEEE Conference and Expo Transportation Electrification Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific) 2014
DOI: 10.1109/itec-ap.2014.6940852 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…In addition to this reduction in the efficiency the production cost also increases. Another way of reducing torque pulsation is the magnet segmentation [11]. In order the cogging torque to be sufficiently reduced the number of the magnet segments must be high.…”
Section: B Pmasynrm Rotor Designmentioning
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“…In addition to this reduction in the efficiency the production cost also increases. Another way of reducing torque pulsation is the magnet segmentation [11]. In order the cogging torque to be sufficiently reduced the number of the magnet segments must be high.…”
Section: B Pmasynrm Rotor Designmentioning
“…Lastly, teeth notching is not so effective especially for the integer slot stators. The proposed method for eliminating the cogging torque and the torque ripple is according to [11] stator teeth notching for a PMaSynRM. As it has already been stated in this paper the stator must remain attached so this method cannot be implemented.…”
Section: B Pmasynrm Rotor Designmentioning
“…Torque wave [9] Cogging torque occurs primarily when the sides of the stator teeth match the sides of the rotor teeth and a torque component is required to break the attraction that occurs. Another common cause of cogging torque is due to slight asymmetries in the magnetic field generated by the windings, which cause variations in reluctance, depending on the rotor position [20]. The contribution of this paper is the evaluation of the performance of the operation of PMa-SynRM focused on efficiency and torque pulsations, specifically the ISSN: 2088-8694 …”
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