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1. Introduction
1.1. Motivation and target of the work
1.2. Scientific contribution of the work and relevant publications
1.3. Axial-flux permanent-magnet machines
1.3.1. Torque production
1.4. Radial-flux permanent-magnet machines
1.5. Permanent magnet materials
1.5.1. Magnetization and coercivity
1.5.2. Properties of neodymium-iron-boron permanent magnets
1.6. Soft magnetic materials
1.6.1. Soft magnetic materials in rotating electrical machines
2. Design of axial-flux permanent-magnet machines
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Analytical quasi-3D modelling
2.2.1. Magnetic equivalent circuit
2.2.2. Computation of permanent-magnet leakage fluxes
2.2.3. Analytical model for the air-gap flux density distribution
2.2.4. Computation of no-load phase voltage
2.2.5. Cogging torque
2.2.6. Computation of phase resistance and copper losses
2.2.7. Computation of iron losses
2.2.10. Computation of the inductances
2.2.11. Computation of the load angle of the machine
2.2.12. Efficiency and power factor
2.3. Finite element method
2.4. Thermal modelling
2.4.1. Heat transfer
2.4.2. Thermal resistance network
2.4.3. Main heat transfer path
2.4.4. Heat transfer in the air-gap
2.4.5. Water cooling
2.4.6. Power losses
2.4.7. Thermal model as part of analytical design procedure
2.5. Summary
3. Prototype machine and test results
3.1. Measurement set-up
3.2. Motor parameters
3.3. Induced back-EMF
3.4. Cogging torque
3.5. Efficiency
3.6. Temperature measurements
3.7. Conclusions
4. Mechanical constrains for axial and radial-flux machines
4.1. Fixing of the stator
4.2. Thickness of the stator yoke
4.3. Width of the teeth
4.4. Thickness required for the rotor disk of an axial-flux machine
4.4.1. Dynamical stability
4.5. Mechanical limits due to centrifugal forces
4.6. Discussion
5. Performance comparisons
5.1. Literature on performance comparisons of RFPM and AFPM machines
5.2. Sizing equations for the surface-mounted RFPM machine
5.3. Sizing of a surface-mounted AFIPM machine
5.4. Performance comparison between the surface-mounted RFPM and AFIPM
5.4.1. Comparison of 55 kW machines
5.4.2. Summary
5.4.3. Comparison between 11 kW, 200 kW and 500 kW machines
5.4.4. Comparison summary
6. Conclusions and recommendations
A.1 Equations to calculate stator natural frequencies
A.2 Equations to calculate deflection of rotor disk of AFIPM machine
A.3 Properties of permanent magnet material used in prototype machine
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Design of Axial-flux Permanent-magnet Low-speed Machines and Performance Comparison Between Radial=Flux and Axial-flux Machines

Design of Axial-flux Permanent-magnet Low-speed Machines and Performance Comparison Between Radial=Flux and Axial-flux Machines

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Published by: Vally Zaza on May 23, 2013
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