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Modeling and design optimization of switched reluctance machine by boundary element analysis and simulation

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2 Author(s)
Y. Tang ; Emerson Motor Technol. Centre, US Electr. Motors, St. Louis, MO, USA ; J. A. Kline

Nonlinear boundary element analysis provides a more accurate and detailing tool for the design of switched reluctance machines than conventional equivalent-circuit methods. Design optimization through more detailed analysis and simulation can reduce development and prototyping costs and time to market. Firstly, magnetic field modeling of an industrial switched reluctance machine by the boundary element method is reported in this paper. Secondly, performance prediction and dynamic simulation of motor and control design are presented. Thirdly, magnetic forces that cause noise and vibration are studied, to include the effects of motor and control design variations on noise in the design process. Testing of such a motor in the NEMA 215-Frame size is carried out to verify the accuracy of modeling and simulation

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IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 4 )