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Comparison of alternative topologies for VRPM (transverse-flux) electrical machines

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This paper is concerned with a comparison of relative advantages and disadvantages of three alternative topologies for the general class of electric motors in which stator windings excite an air gap magnetic field of one pole-number, which is then modulated by a toothed steel structure so as to enable interaction with a heteropolar field of different pole-number produced by an arrangement of rotor permanent magnets. Such machines are variously described as variable-reluctance permanent-magnet (VRPM) or transverse-flux. The tree alternative topologies considered are: single-sided surface-magnet, single-sided surface magnet with stator bridges, and double-sided flux-concentrated.

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Harris, M.R., Pajooman, G.H. and Abu-Sharkh, S.M. (1997) Comparison of alternative topologies for VRPM (transverse-flux) electrical machines In IEE Colloquium on New Topologies for Permanent Magnet Machines. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers., pp. 1-7.

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Published date: 1997
Venue - Dates: IEE Colloquium on New Topologies for Permanent Magnet Machines, 1997-06-18 - 1997-06-18

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Local EPrints ID: 21255
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/21255
PURE UUID: 98a1d0f4-681c-4445-a40a-838a5e0d5af1

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Date deposited: 16 Nov 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:27

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Author: M.R. Harris
Author: G.H. Pajooman
Author: S.M. Abu-Sharkh

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