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Evaluation of experimental permanent-magnet brushless motor utilizing new magnetic material for stator core teeth

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7 Author(s)
Y. Enomoto ; Hitachi Res. Lab., Hitachi Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan ; M. Ito ; H. Koharagi ; R. Masaki
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We prepared motors with experimental cores using a soft magnetic composite and an amorphous metal and evaluated their performance. We measured the magnetic and motor characteristics, such as iron loss, when the new materials were used in the stator core teeth. The amorphous metal was found to have very high permeability and low iron loss, whereas the soft magnetic composite had low permeability and had a comparable iron loss as low-grade magnetic steel. The soft magnetic composite had the added benefits of being able to form a three-dimensional shape and having relatively low core loss in high frequency conditions. The magnetic properties we measured were able to predict the motor characteristics with high accuracy based on numerical and finite-element-method analysis.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:41 ,  Issue: 11 )