Reluctance Synchronous Machines And Drives Pdf
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- HIGH SPEED SYNCHRONOUS RELUCTANCE DRIVES FOR MOTOR SPINDLES
- Synchronous reluctance machines
- Brushless PM motors and Reluctance Motor drives by TJE Miller
- Synchronous motor
HIGH SPEED SYNCHRONOUS RELUCTANCE DRIVES FOR MOTOR SPINDLES
Skip to Main Content. A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Design of a synchronous reluctance motor drive Abstract: A segmental-rotor synchronous reluctance motor is used in a variable-speed drive with current-regulated pulse-width-modulated PWM control. The low-speed torque capability is compared with that of an induction motor, a switched reluctance motor, and a brushless DC PM motor of identical size and copper weight. A particular point of interest is the comparison of motors of different types, all with essentially the same frame size and tested under identical conditions. The results suggest that many of the desirable properties of the switched reluctance motor can be realized with the synchronous reluctance motor but with using standard AC motor and control components.
Synchronous reluctance machines
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Conference: International Conference on Electrical Drives & Power The proposed alternatives are synchronous reluctance machines.
Brushless PM motors and Reluctance Motor drives by TJE Miller
This article presents a new design for setting up high speed synchronous reluctance motors SynRM in motor spindle applications for up to 30, rpm. The transversal laminated SynRM rotor package is supported by thin steel sheets and a shaft nut to exert a constant axial clamping force. Both, numerical and practical investigations are carried out using FEM-analysis and a test bench for centrifugal force load tests.
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A synchronous electric motor is an AC motor in which, at steady state ,  the rotation of the shaft is synchronized with the frequency of the supply current ; the rotation period is exactly equal to an integral number of AC cycles. Synchronous motors contain multiphase AC electromagnets on the stator of the motor that create a magnetic field which rotates in time with the oscillations of the line current. The rotor with permanent magnets or electromagnets turns in step with the stator field at the same rate and as a result, provides the second synchronized rotating magnet field of any AC motor. A synchronous motor is termed doubly fed if it is supplied with independently excited multiphase AC electromagnets on both the rotor and stator. The synchronous motor and induction motor are the most widely used types of AC motor. The difference between the two types is that the synchronous motor rotates at a rate locked to the line frequency since it does not rely on current induction to produce the rotor's magnetic field.
Reluctance Synchronous Machine Drives – a Viable Alternative? Prof MJ Kamper. Electrical Machines Laboratory. Stellenbosch University. South Africa.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Taghavi Published Engineering. This dissertation reports an appropriate design methodology for synchronous reluctance machines, their important technical issues, and possible solutions for traction applications.
Show all documents In , he joined the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Padova, as an Assistant Professor, and where since , he has been an Associate Professor of electrical machines , converters, and drives in the Electric Drive Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering. He is the author or coauthor of several scientific papers and international books on electrical machines and drives.