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Stator iron loss of tubular permanent-magnet machines \ud

By Y. Amara, J.B. Wang and D. Howe

Abstract

While methods of determining the iron loss in rotating permanent-magnet (PM) machines have been investigated extensively, the study of iron loss in linear machines is relatively poorly documented. This paper describes a simple analytical method to predict flux density waveforms in discrete regions of the laminated stator of a tubular PM machine, and employs an established iron loss model to determine the iron loss components, on both no load and on load. Analytical predictions are compared with the iron loss deduced from finite-element analyses for two tubular PM machine designs, and it is shown that if a machine has a relatively high electrical loading, the on-load iron loss can be significantly higher than the no-load value

Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:823

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