Finite-Element Surrogate Model for Electric Machines With Revolving Field—Application to IPM Motors

@article{Ionel2009FiniteElementSM,
  title={Finite-Element Surrogate Model for Electric Machines With Revolving Field—Application to IPM Motors},
  author={Dan M. Ionel and Mircea Popescu},
  journal={2009 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition},
  year={2009},
  pages={178-186}
}
The model allows the ultrafast nonlinear simulation of the steady-state performance of synchronous machines and is particularly suitable for brushless motors with nonoverlapping windings having coils concentrated around the teeth. Finite-element analysis (FEA) is employed only for calculating the magnetic vector potential in the coils, and the motor performance is then estimated through analytical formulas. For the example interior-permanent-magnet motors presented, as little as one… CONTINUE READING
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