Insulation Considerations in Form-Wound Armature Windings for High-Frequency Electric Machines

@article{Lenz2018InsulationCI,
  title={Insulation Considerations in Form-Wound Armature Windings for High-Frequency Electric Machines},
  author={Jackson D. Lenz and Nathaniel J. Renner and Xuan Yi and Kiruba S. Haran},
  journal={2018 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM)},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-5}
}
Advanced high speed permanent magnet synchronous machines (PMSM) have been the subject of recent research for electrified transportation. Specific power of electric machines must increase in order to make hybrid-electric passenger aircraft feasible. Raising operating frequency improves specific power and requires robust windings. This paper will present dielectric and thermal design considerations of the form- wound air-core armature windings for a high-speed PMSM. System level considerations… CONTINUE READING

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