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In this paper, a new transverse flux permanent-magnet machine is proposed and implemented. It features a unique configuration that it is composed of assembled stators and flux-concentrating rotor, hence offering low manufacturing cost while retaining high torque density and low cogging torque. Because of its unique configuration, the proposed machine is analyzed by a newly developed three-dimensional scalar magnetic potential finite element method. Both calculated and experimental results are given to support the validity of the proposed design and analysis.