Comparative study of 3D flux electrical machines with soft magnetic composite cores

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Conference Proceeding
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Conference Record - IAS Annual Meeting (IEEE Industry Applications Society), 2002, 2 pp. 1147 - 1154
Issue Date:
2002-01-01
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This paper compares two types of three-dimensional (3D) flux electrical machines with soft magnetic composite (SMC) cores, namely claw pole and transverse flux machines. 3D electromagnetic field analysis is conducted for the computation of some important parameters and optimization of the machine structures. An Equivalent electric circuit is derived to calculate the machine performances. The analysis methods are validated by experimental results of a single phase claw pole permanent magnet machine with a SMC core. Useful conclusions are drawn from the evaluation and comparison of two machines with soft magnetic composite cores.
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