Issues with low speed direct-drive permanent-magnet generator design - Comparison of radial-flux slotted and torus machines

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Conference Proceeding
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IECON Proceedings (Industrial Electronics Conference), 2010, pp. 3091 - 3096
Issue Date:
2010-12-01
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This paper describes two alternative designs of a direct-drive permanent-magnet generator for use in a novel seawave electrical generator. The basic system is briefly described and the target specification is given from the wave device. The design for a fractional-slot high-pole number brushless permanent-magnet generator and a torus generator are sized and developed using the design packages SPEED PC-BDC and PC-FEA. The designs are compared. A diode bridge model is also tested using Portunus system simulation. A design for a switched reluctance machine is also briefly investigated. © 2010 IEEE.
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