Eddy current effects in a switched reluctance motor

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2006, 42 (10), pp. 3437 - 3439
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This paper investigates the losses that may occur in the windings of a switched reluctance machine due to additional eddy currents. Essentially, turns on the surface of the leading-edge coil side of the stator pole will experience a magnetic field during the conducting cycle in a similar manner to an airgap winding. A finite element model is developed that splits the coils into individual turns so that the losses in each turn can be calculated individually. © 2006, IEEE. All rights reserved.
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