Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2011
This paper presents the measured experimental results from a four-pole toroidally wound induction machine, where the stator is constructed as a pre-wound foldable strip. It shows that if the machine is axially restricted in length, the toroidally wound induction machine can have substantially shorter stator end-windings than conventionally wound induction machines, and hence that a toroidally wound induction machine can have lower losses and a higher efficiency. The paper also presents the employed construction method, which emphasizes manufacturability, and highlights the advantages and disadvantages of this method.
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- Measurement, Toroidal Windings, Prototyping, Toroidally Wound Machines, Windings, Induction motors, Rotating Machines, AC machines