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TOC Alert for Publication# 4079749 2018March 15<![CDATA[Proposal of self-excited wound-field magnetic-modulated dual-axis motor for hybrid electric vehicle applications]]>1221531607878<![CDATA[Modelling and experimental demonstration of a litz coil-based high-temperature induction heating system for melting application]]>1221611683882<![CDATA[Fault-tolerant predictive current control with two-vector modulation for six-phase permanent magnet synchronous machine drives]]>1221691787024<![CDATA[Comprehensive comparison of different structures of passive permanent magnet bearings<?show [AQ ID=Q1]?>]]>1221791873151<![CDATA[Multi-objective design optimisation for PMSLM by FITM]]>1221881943852<![CDATA[Implementation of different 2D finite element modelling approaches in axial flux permanent magnet disc machines]]>1221952026334<![CDATA[Analysis of parasitic effects in carrier signal injection methods for sensorless control of PM synchronous machines]]>1222032122308<![CDATA[Precise <italic>dq</italic> model development of linear flux switching motors with segmented secondary for rail transportation applications]]>dq model representation of segmented secondary linear flux switching motors (SSLFSMs) is investigated. In these motors, the armature and field windings are both mounted in the primary slots and the secondary is only composed of simple laminated segments. This type of motors inherits both merits of high force density from linear synchronous motors and simple secondary structure from linear induction motors. Due to its simple and consequently low-cost secondary structure, it is applicable to transportation systems like Maglev. Position and speed control of this motor is essential for rail transportation applications. Therefore, derivation of an appropriate analytical model for control purposes is needed. An analytical method to represent the dq model of SSLFSMs is presented. Employing this method, the d- and q-axis inductances and the developed electromagnetic thrust and normal force are calculated. To verify the proposed model, three different finite-element method-based models are studied and one is chosen as the basis for comparison. All results obtained by the analytical model are verified by this finite-element method-based model. Moreover, a prototype of SSLFSMs is built to validate the study.]]>1222132217563<![CDATA[New design method for multi-stack disc-type hysteresis motors based on analytical calculations]]>1222222304110<![CDATA[Analysis, design and experimental verification of a coaxial magnetic gear using stationary permanent-magnet ring]]>1222312384759<![CDATA[Determination of torque-speed characteristic for a two-speed elevator induction machine]]>1222392464260<![CDATA[Comparative studies on two electromagnetic repulsion mechanisms for high-speed vacuum switch]]>1222472533204<![CDATA[Common mode voltage reduction technique in a three-to-three phase indirect matrix converter]]>v/dt of CMV at the terminal of the machine when compared to the existing method. The proposed control is possible by proper placement of zero vectors in the rectifier stage and discarding zero voltage vectors in the inverter stage of the indirect MC. The control technique is implemented in MATLAB/Simulink environment. Hardware setup is developed and control algorithm is implemented using dSPACE working in conjunction with the FPGA interface board. The results of the proposed SVPWM are compared with the existing method of CMV elimination and the improvement is established. The simulation results obtained are verified with the experimental results. The obtained results confirm a reduction of CMV by 48% (peak) and validate the viability of the proposed scheme in a three-phase induction motor drive system.]]>1222542637341<![CDATA[Effect of voltage unbalance and distortion on the loss characteristics of three-phase cage induction motor]]>1222642704272<![CDATA[Optimal design of a linear transverse-flux machine with mutually coupled windings for force ripple reduction]]>1222712804786<![CDATA[PFC-based half-bridge dual-output converter-fed four-phase SRM drive]]>1222812918400