An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications

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An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications. / Washington, J. G.; Atkinson, G. J.; Baker, N. J.; Jack, A. G.; Mecrow, B. C.; Jensen, B. B.; Pennander, L.; Nord, G.; Sjoberg, L.

Proceedings of Power Electronics, Machines and Drives Conference. IEEE, 2012.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

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Washington, JG, Atkinson, GJ, Baker, NJ, Jack, AG, Mecrow, BC, Jensen, BB, Pennander, L, Nord, G & Sjoberg, L 2012, 'An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications'. in Proceedings of Power Electronics, Machines and Drives Conference. IEEE., 10.1049/cp.2012.0262

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Washington, J. G., Atkinson, G. J., Baker, N. J., Jack, A. G., Mecrow, B. C., Jensen, B. B., ... Sjoberg, L. (2012). An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications. In Proceedings of Power Electronics, Machines and Drives Conference. IEEE. 10.1049/cp.2012.0262

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Washington JG, Atkinson GJ, Baker NJ, Jack AG, Mecrow BC, Jensen BB, Pennander L, Nord G, Sjoberg L. 2012. An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications. In Proceedings of Power Electronics, Machines and Drives Conference. IEEE. Available from: 10.1049/cp.2012.0262

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Washington, J. G. et al. "An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications". Proceedings of Power Electronics, Machines and Drives Conference. IEEE. 2012. Available: 10.1049/cp.2012.0262

Vancouver

Washington JG, Atkinson GJ, Baker NJ, Jack AG, Mecrow BC, Jensen BB et al. An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications. In Proceedings of Power Electronics, Machines and Drives Conference. IEEE. 2012. Available from: 10.1049/cp.2012.0262

Author

Washington, J. G.; Atkinson, G. J.; Baker, N. J.; Jack, A. G.; Mecrow, B. C.; Jensen, B. B.; Pennander, L.; Nord, G.; Sjoberg, L. / An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications.

Proceedings of Power Electronics, Machines and Drives Conference. IEEE, 2012.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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title = "An improved torque density Modulated Pole Machine for low speed high torque applications",
keywords = "AC Machine, Permanent magnet, Transverse Flux Machine.",
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author = "Washington, {J. G.} and Atkinson, {G. J.} and Baker, {N. J.} and Jack, {A. G.} and Mecrow, {B. C.} and Jensen, {B. B.} and L. Pennander and G. Nord and L. Sjoberg",
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N2 - This paper presents a new topology for three-phase Modulated Pole Machines. This new topology the “Combined Phase Modulated Pole Machine” is analysed and compared to the more traditional technology of three separate single phase units stacked axially with a separation between phases. Three- dimensional Finite Element calculations are used to compare performance of the machines under the same conditions, it is shown that the new Combined Phase topology produces a greater torque whilst reducing the number of components required to assemble the machine and increasing its mechanical integrity.

AB - This paper presents a new topology for three-phase Modulated Pole Machines. This new topology the “Combined Phase Modulated Pole Machine” is analysed and compared to the more traditional technology of three separate single phase units stacked axially with a separation between phases. Three- dimensional Finite Element calculations are used to compare performance of the machines under the same conditions, it is shown that the new Combined Phase topology produces a greater torque whilst reducing the number of components required to assemble the machine and increasing its mechanical integrity.

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