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Obtaining the magnetic characteristics of an 8/6 switched reluctance machine: from FEM analysis to the experimental tests

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This paper describes the procedure for modeling an 8/6 switched reluctance machine (SRM) step-by-step. First, the geometry and mechanical parameters of the machine are established, when a finite-element modeling (FEM) approach is initially developed to obtain the flux linkage/current/rotor position relationship so that the proper and mutual inductances and also its torque and field distribution characteristics can then be computed. Afterward, a series of experimental tests are performed to obtain the magnetic characteristics of the machine, comparing, correcting, and discussing the results with those of FEM analysis.

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Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 6 )