Sheng-Chan Yen

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By appropriately inserting ferrite magnets into the rotor of a synchronous reluctance motor (SynRM), the machine operational power factors and torque outputs can be improved. With specific rotor structures to accommodate those ferrites, many of these permanent-magnet-assisted SynRMs (PMA-SynRMs) have been proposed to comply the expected operational(More)
To meet the increasingly stringent regulations on operational efficiencies of electric motors, efforts have been devoted to design and construct motors with less power losses. Without the need of rotor conductors and hence no secondary copper loss, the feasibilities of applying synchronous reluctance motor (SynRM) have attracted many attentions on the(More)
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