A Novel Triple-Permanent-Magnet-Excited Hybrid-Flux Magnetic Gear and Its Design Method Using 3-D Finite Element Method

@article{Peng2014ANT,
  title={A Novel Triple-Permanent-Magnet-Excited Hybrid-Flux Magnetic Gear and Its Design Method Using 3-D Finite Element Method},
  author={Shan Peng and Wei Nong Fu and Siu Lau Ho},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Magnetics},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={1-4}
}
This paper presents a novel triple-permanent-magnet-excited (TPME) hybrid-flux magnetic gear (MG) that integrates a transverse-flux MG and an axial-flux MG into a single unit. Compared with its conventional counterparts, the proposed MG transmits a relatively high-torque density. When compared with the transverse-flux MG, this new structure employs a new configuration on the high-speed rotor, an extra iron segment between the low-speed rotor and the high-speed rotor to modulate the magnetic… CONTINUE READING

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