A novel single-phase switched reluctance motor drive system

@article{Krishnan2001ANS,
  title={A novel single-phase switched reluctance motor drive system},
  author={Ramayya Krishnan and Amanda M. Staley and K. Sitapati},
  journal={IECON'01. 27th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (Cat. No.37243)},
  year={2001},
  volume={2},
  pages={1488-1493 vol.2}
}
Single phase switched reluctance machines (SRMs) have a special place in the emerging high-volume, low-cost and low-performance applications in appliances and also in high-speed low-power motor drives in various industrial applications. Single phase SRMs have a number of drawbacks: low power density as they have only 50% utilization of windings, lack of self-starting feature unless otherwise built in to the machine, most of the time with permanent magnets or sometimes with distinct and special… CONTINUE READING

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