Electromagnetic Actuator Design Analysis Using a Two-Stage Optimization Method With Coarse–Fine Model Output Space Mapping

Abstract

Electromagnetic actuators are energy conversion devices that suffer from inefficiencies. The conversion losses generate internal heat, which is undesirable, as it leads to thermal loading on the device. Temperature rise should be limited to enhance the reliability, minimize thermal disturbance, and improve the output performance of the device. This paper… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TIE.2014.2301727

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@article{Hey2014ElectromagneticAD, title={Electromagnetic Actuator Design Analysis Using a Two-Stage Optimization Method With Coarse–Fine Model Output Space Mapping}, author={Jonathan Hey and Tat Joo Teo and Viet Phuong Bui and Guilin Yang and Ricardo Martinez-Botas}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics}, year={2014}, volume={61}, pages={5453-5464} }