Practical Investigations on Cobalt–Iron Laminations for Electrical Machines

@article{Cossale2014PracticalIO,
  title={Practical Investigations on Cobalt–Iron Laminations for Electrical Machines},
  author={Marco Cossale and Andreas Krings and Juliette Soulard and Aldo Boglietti and Andrea Cavagnino},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications},
  year={2014},
  volume={51},
  pages={2933-2939}
}
The adoption of high-performance soft magnetic material can be considered a possible way to respect the challenging design specifications for aerospace and automotive electrical machines. This paper presents an accurate noninvasive investigation of magnetic and energetic properties of cobalt-iron stator cores. In particular, the focus lies on the annealing processes aimed to maximize the magnetic saturation and the mechanical strength. Three cobalt-iron stator core samples coming from different… CONTINUE READING
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