Effects of Design Parameters on the Multiphysics Performance of High-Speed Permanent Magnet Machines
- IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
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- Journal Article
- IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2020, 67, (5), pp. 3472-3483
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© 1982-2012 IEEE. In the design of high-speed permanent magnet machines (HSPMMs), comprehensive effects of design parameters on the various properties of electromagnetic loss, rotor stress, rotor critical speed, and temperature distribution must be analyzed to obtain the optimal design. The aim of this paper is to examine the effects of design parameters, such as the pole number, stator slots number, number of conductors per slot, permanent magnet (PM) thickness, PM pole arc coefficient, air gap length, rotor diameter, core length, and sleeve thickness, on multiphysics performance based on a high-power HSPMM. A reasonable design is determined according to the abovementioned analysis that satisfies all specified multiphysics constraints. The theoretical results are confirmed by the experimental results on a prototype in terms of electromagnetic, mechanical, and thermal characteristics such as back electromotive force, no-load loss, full-load current, overspeed experiment, and temperature distribution.
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