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Synchronous reluctance machine : combined star-Delta Winding and rotor eccentricity

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A permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance machine (PMaSynRM) under static and dynamic rotor eccentricity has been studied, using the finite element method (FEM). Unlike the conventional star connected machine, a 5.5 kW machine with a combined star-delta winding configuration in the stator has been considered in this study. The impact of a combined star-delta configuration on the eccentricity forces and unbalanced magnetic pull of the PMaSynRM has been investigated, and a comparison with the conventional star connected machine has been presented. Moreover, other electromagnetic quantities of interest such as the magnetic flux density distribution and the induced back emf in the windings are also analyzed. Two prototype PMaSynRMs, having similar stator and rotor stack iron and geometrical parameters with two different stator winding, have been manufactured. The theoretical findings have been validated with measurements on the prototypes. Index Terms-eccentricity, finite element method, force, permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance machine, PMaSynRM, SynRM,

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Silwal, Bishal, Mohamed Nabil Fathy Ibrahim, and Peter Sergeant. 2018. “Synchronous Reluctance Machine : Combined star-Delta Winding and Rotor Eccentricity.” In Ramada Plaza Thraki Alexandroupoli - Greece : XXIIIrd International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM’2018).
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Silwal, B., Ibrahim, M. N. F., & Sergeant, P. (2018). Synchronous reluctance machine : combined star-Delta Winding and rotor eccentricity. Presented at the Proceedings of the 2018 XIII International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM), Ramada Plaza Thraki Alexandroupoli - Greece : XXIIIrd International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM’2018).
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Silwal B, Ibrahim MNF, Sergeant P. Synchronous reluctance machine : combined star-Delta Winding and rotor eccentricity. Ramada Plaza Thraki Alexandroupoli - Greece : XXIIIrd International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM’2018); 2018.
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Silwal, Bishal, Mohamed Nabil Fathy Ibrahim, and Peter Sergeant. “Synchronous Reluctance Machine : Combined star-Delta Winding and Rotor Eccentricity.” Ramada Plaza Thraki Alexandroupoli - Greece : XXIIIrd International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM’2018), 2018. Print.
@inproceedings{8573265,
  abstract     = {A permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance machine (PMaSynRM) under static and dynamic rotor eccentricity has been studied, using the finite element method (FEM). Unlike the conventional star connected machine, a 5.5 kW machine with a combined star-delta winding configuration in the stator has been considered in this study. The impact of a combined star-delta configuration on the eccentricity forces and unbalanced magnetic pull of the PMaSynRM has been investigated, and a comparison with the conventional star connected machine has been presented. Moreover, other electromagnetic quantities of interest such as the magnetic flux density distribution and the induced back emf in the windings are also analyzed. Two prototype PMaSynRMs, having similar stator and rotor stack iron and geometrical parameters with two different stator winding, have been manufactured. The theoretical findings have been validated with measurements on the prototypes. Index Terms-eccentricity, finite element method, force, permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance machine, PMaSynRM, SynRM,},
  author       = {Silwal, Bishal and Ibrahim, Mohamed Nabil Fathy and Sergeant, Peter},
  isbn         = {978-1-5386-2476-0},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Alexandroupoli, Greece},
  publisher    = {XXIIIrd International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM'2018)},
  title        = {Synchronous reluctance machine : combined star-Delta Winding and rotor eccentricity},
  year         = {2018},
}