Comparative study of the linear superconductivity machine with different stator and winding configurations

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Conference Proceeding
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Proceedings of 2018 IEEE International Conference on Applied Superconductivity and Electromagnetic Devices, ASEMD 2018, 2018
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2018-12-04
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© 2018 IEEE. For electrical machines, they can be designed with various kinds of the configurations, including the different stator and rotor structures and even the different winding configurations. For the design of them, the different design ideas can bring them with the different performance. In this paper, the design objective is to explore the best configurations for a linear superconductivity machine, which can be used for the magnet levitation train transportation [1] [2]. In this paper, the advantages and the working principles of the linear superconductivity machine are presented at first. Then the different configurations of them are shown and discussed which including the single side and double side configuration and as well as the fractional slot concentrated winding and the integral slot distributed winding configuration. For the performance comparison, the finite element method is adopted. At the last, the performance of the linear superconductivity machine with the above configurations are shown.
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