Fast Torque Computation of Hysteresis Motors and Clutches Using Magneto-static Finite Element Simulation

  title={Fast Torque Computation of Hysteresis Motors and Clutches Using Magneto-static Finite Element Simulation},
  author={Gianvito Gallicchio and Marco Palmieri and Mauro Di Nardo and Francesco Cupertino},
Hysteresis motor and clutches have several advantages, such as constant torque from zero to synchronous speed, low torque ripple, and low fabrication cost. Low efficiency and power factor are the main features that have limited the application of this type of electrical machine to few applications. Being a niche argument, little literature has addressed the problem of analytical and finite element (FE) modelling of hysteresis electrical machines. This paper first describes the most important… 
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