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Thrust and normal forces in a segmented-secondary linear reluctance motor

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2 Author(s)
Boldea, I. ; Polytechnical Institute `TR. VUIA¿, Department of Electrical Machines, Timisoara, Romania ; Nasar, S.A.

The linear counterpart of a segmented-rotor reluctance motor is studied to assess the feasibility of its application in ground transportation. Reactance formulas for the segmented-rotor motor are adapted to the segmented-secondary linear motor, and its performance is calculated using the salient-pole synchronous-machine theory. A numerical example of a preliminary design and analysis is presented, and the pertinent characteristics of the linear reluctance motor for ground transportation are discussed.

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Electrical Engineers, Proceedings of the Institution of  (Volume:122 ,  Issue: 9 )