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Switched Reluctance Generators with Hybrid Magnetic Paths for Wind Power Generation

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5 Author(s)
X. D. Xue ; Department of Electrical Engineering,, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,, Kowloon,, Hong Kong, China ; K. W. E. Cheng ; Y. J. Bao ; P. L. Leung
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The novel switched reluctance generator (SRG) with hybrid magnetic paths is developed for wind power generation in this paper. For the proposed SRG, there is no mutual coupling between phase windings. The proposed SRG has the longitudinal magnetic structure at the completely aligned position. However, it has the transverse and longitudinal magnetic structure at the unaligned position. Thus, three-dimensional finite element computation is needed in the design. The computed results based on three-dimensional finite-element analysis (FEA) are shown in the paper. Furthermore, the experimental results of the prototype demonstrate that the proposed SRG is feasible and effective.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 11 )