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Design and study of a multiphase axial-flux machine

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In this paper, a 7-phase axial-flux double-rotor permanent magnet synchronous machine is studied using analytical and finite element methods. This type of machine shows a higher sensitivity to the inductance harmonics and electromotive force (emf) compared with the 3-phase machines. So, the conventional analytical modeling method, in which only the first harmonic is taken into account, leads to significant errors in the determination of the control parameters, e.g., the frequency of pulse width modulation voltage source inverter. A multimachine model explains the reasons for this sensitivity and a more sophisticated analytical method is used. Results are compared with those obtained by the 3-D FEM

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

April 2006

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