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Comparison between two approaches to model induction machines with skewed slots

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To study electric machines with skewed slots, it is necessary to use 3D models. However, to limit computation time, some approaches based on 2D or 2D-3D models are proposed. In this paper, we compare both approaches. The first one is based on a 2D sliced model and the second one, on a 3D using the 2D-invariant hypothesis. In both models, we take into account the coupling with the electric circuit, the magnetic nonlinearity and the mechanical motion. The results obtained are compared to experimental ones

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 4 )