2014 IEEE Conference and Expo Transportation Electrification Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific) 2014
DOI: 10.1109/itec-ap.2014.6941227
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Abstract: Permanent magnet (PM) motors that use rare earth magnets exhibit high performance in terms of power density and efficiency. However,rare earth magnets are of great concern because of their high cost and unstable sulpply. Unlike exsiting flux switching permanent magnet (FSPM) motors, the hybrid excitation FSPM motor proposed in this paper applys ferrite magnets rather than rare earth as its field excitation material. Additional dc field excitation coils are added into the motor to cooperate with ferrite magnets… Show more

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“…According to the magnetization direction of SS PM, there are three types of machines. The magnetization direction of PMs is along the circumferential direction in the TMSS-PM machine, the structure of which has been applied in switched reluctance machine (SRM) [28], doubly salient machine (DSM) [29], and flux switching machine (FSM) [30]. The magnetization direction of PMs is along the radial direction for RMSS-PM machines.…”
Section: Machine Classificationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to the magnetization direction of SS PM, there are three types of machines. The magnetization direction of PMs is along the circumferential direction in the TMSS-PM machine, the structure of which has been applied in switched reluctance machine (SRM) [28], doubly salient machine (DSM) [29], and flux switching machine (FSM) [30]. The magnetization direction of PMs is along the radial direction for RMSS-PM machines.…”
Section: Machine Classificationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Different linear FSM topologies have been developed [93], some of them include hybrid excitation, that is, combine three-phase windings and PMs [94,95]. PMFSMs are also being developed using ferrite PMs [96]. However, PMFSMs exhibit limited CPSR due to poor field weakening capabilities.…”
Section: Flux Switching Machines (Fsms)mentioning
confidence: 99%