A review of the design issues and techniques for radial-flux brushless surface and internal rare-earth permanent-magnet motors

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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2011, 58 (9), pp. 3741 - 3757
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This paper reviews many design issues and analysis techniques for the brushless permanent-magnet machine. It reviews the basic requirements for the use of both ac and dc machines and issues concerning the selection of pole number, winding layout, rotor topology, drive strategy, field weakening, and cooling. These are key issues in the design of a motor. Leading-edge design techniques are illustrated. This paper is aimed as a tutor for motor designers who may be unfamiliar with this particular type of machine. © 2010 IEEE.
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