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Magnetic forces and magnetostriction in rotating electrical machines

Setareh Gorji Ghalamestani UGent, Lieven Vandevelde UGent and Jan Melkebeek UGent (2016) 2016 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM) . p.2287-2292
abstract
The deformation of magnetic origin in ferromagnetic cores is due to both magnetic forces and magnetostriction. The deformation of closed magnetic circuits, such as transformers, is commonly analysed by considering magnetostriction only, while in systems with an airgap, such as rotating electrical machines, only magnetic forces are considered for the analysis of vibrations and noise of magnetic origin. Nevertheless, both phenomena, magnetic forces and magnetostriction are present in both types of magnetic cores. In this paper, both magnetic forces and magnetostriction and their resulting stresses and strains in rotating electrical machines are illustrated by means of finite element computations.
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Electrical machines, magnetostriction, magnetic forces, vibrations, noise
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2016 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM)
issue title
2016 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM)
pages
2287 - 2292
conference name
22nd International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM)
conference location
Lausanne, Switzerland
conference start
2016-09-04
conference end
2016-09-07
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Proceedings Paper
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000390884900334
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978-1-5090-2538-1
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English
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8078849
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8078849
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2016-09-16 08:36:30
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  abstract     = {The deformation of magnetic origin in ferromagnetic cores is due to both magnetic forces and magnetostriction. The deformation of closed magnetic circuits, such as transformers, is commonly analysed by considering magnetostriction only, while in systems with an airgap, such as rotating electrical machines, only magnetic forces are considered for the analysis of vibrations and noise of magnetic origin. Nevertheless, both phenomena, magnetic forces and magnetostriction are present in both types of magnetic cores. In this paper, both magnetic forces and magnetostriction
and their resulting stresses and strains in rotating electrical machines are illustrated by means of finite element computations.},
  author       = {Gorji Ghalamestani, Setareh and Vandevelde, Lieven and Melkebeek, Jan},
  booktitle    = {2016 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM) },
  isbn         = {978-1-5090-2538-1},
  keyword      = {Electrical machines,magnetostriction,magnetic forces,vibrations,noise},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Lausanne, Switzerland},
  pages        = {2287--2292},
  title        = {Magnetic forces and magnetostriction in rotating electrical machines},
  year         = {2016},
}

Chicago
Gorji Ghalamestani, Setareh, Lieven Vandevelde, and Jan Melkebeek. 2016. “Magnetic Forces and Magnetostriction in Rotating Electrical Machines.” In 2016 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM) , 2287–2292.
APA
Gorji Ghalamestani, S., Vandevelde, L., & Melkebeek, J. (2016). Magnetic forces and magnetostriction in rotating electrical machines. 2016 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM) (pp. 2287–2292). Presented at the 22nd International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM) .
Vancouver
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Gorji Ghalamestani S, Vandevelde L, Melkebeek J. Magnetic forces and magnetostriction in rotating electrical machines. 2016 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM) . 2016. p. 2287–92.
MLA
Gorji Ghalamestani, Setareh, Lieven Vandevelde, and Jan Melkebeek. “Magnetic Forces and Magnetostriction in Rotating Electrical Machines.” 2016 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM) . 2016. 2287–2292. Print.