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2022-11-11
Analysis and Optimization of a Novel Consequent-Pole Flux Reversal Machine with Asymmetric-Stator-Poles
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 126, 217-226, 2022
Abstract
Flux reversal machines (FRMs) have a broad application prospect due to its simple structure, high efficiency, and high reliability. However, due to the large magnetic flux leakage between poles, the further improvement of torque density of the FRMsis limited. To reduce magnetic flux leakage and improve torque, a novel consequent pole FRM with asymmetric stator poles is proposed in this paper. The `NS-NS' arrangement order of thepermanent magnets (PMs) of the conventional FRM is changed to the `NSN-S' PMs arrangement order with asymmetric stator poles, and the consequent pole topology is used simultaneously. All the N-poles of PMs are replaced by iron poles. Finally, the topology of the `Fe/S/Fe-S' arrangement order is obtained. A simplified magnetic circuit model is established to explain the principle of reducing magnetic flux leakage. To improve the torque density, the key design parameters are optimized by genetic algorithm, and the optimal parameters of the machine are finally determined. Finally, the finite element model is established. Compared with the conventional FRM, the torque of the proposed machine is increased by 67.18%, and the consumption of PM is reduced by 51.6%. Therefore, the proposed machine has good electromagnetic characteristics and economic benefits.
Citation
Libing Jing Kun Yang , "Analysis and Optimization of a Novel Consequent-Pole Flux Reversal Machine with Asymmetric-Stator-Poles," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 126, 217-226, 2022.
doi:10.2528/PIERC22090803
http://www.jpier.org/PIERC/pier.php?paper=22090803
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