2021
DOI: 10.11591/ijpeds.v12.i2.pp662-673
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Variable reluctance synchronous machines in saturated mode

Abstract: Electric vehicle seems largely based on electrical machines. Finding the best motor type seems be important for having more performances and a transport system robustness. In this work, we present an analytical model of the synchronous machine with variable reluctances in linear and saturated modes. The angular position of the rotor (θ) and the phase current (i) will beused as parameters. The analytical model of this machine will allow us to determinate its magnetic characteristics such inductors, magnetic flu… Show more

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“…We used the servo motor to control the pitch angle, which may be the AC or DC electric machine [44], [45]. This motor servo must be controlled through the driver circuit [46].…”
Section: Designing the Pitch Angle Controllermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We used the servo motor to control the pitch angle, which may be the AC or DC electric machine [44], [45]. This motor servo must be controlled through the driver circuit [46].…”
Section: Designing the Pitch Angle Controllermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A different character of the dynamic magnetization behaviour at increasing frequency of the applied external field compared to the thicker materials has been observed for thin electrical steels. The performance of soft magnetic materials used for the manufacturing of the magnetic cores of energy-efficient electric motors has been investigated by Hanene et al [13]. The properties of the materials have been compared and their prospective influence on iron loss and efficiency of electric motors discussed.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%