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FIELD-EXCITED FLUX SWITCHING MOTOR DESIGN, OPTIMIZATION AND ANALYSIS FOR FUTURE HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS

By E. B. Sulaiman, F. Khan, and T. Kosaka

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Abstract:
Design, optimization, and performance analysis of a three-phase field-excited flux switching (FEFS) motor to be employed for the future hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) drive applications is investigated in this paper. The stator of designed motor made of electromagnetic steels is composed of unique field mmf source and armature coils while a rotor is made of iron stack. This design has been evaluated in order to achieve power and torque density higher than 3.50 kW/kg and 210 Nm, respectively, so as to compete with the interior permanent magnet synchronous (IPMS) motor commonly installed in HEV. Given its robust rotor structure, the maximum achievable motor speed went up to 20,000 rpm. To perfect the motor design, a deterministic optimization approach was applied to meet the stringent performance requirements. In addition, experimental analyses were carried out to confirm the effectiveness of the proposed motor. Positively, the proposed FEFS motor has proved to be a suitable candidate of non-permanent magnet motor for efficient and safe HEV drive.

Citation:
E. B. Sulaiman, F. Khan, and T. Kosaka, "Field-Excited Flux Switching Motor Design, Optimization and Analysis for Future Hybrid Electric Vehicle Using Finite Element Analysis," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 71, 153-166, 2016.
doi:10.2528/PIERB16092502

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