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3.11.1 Maxwell stress tensor
3.11.2 CO-energy method
3.12 Inductances
3.12.1 Definitions
3.12.4 Reactances of synchronous machines
3.12.6 Armature reaction reactances
3.13 Interactive FEM programs
3.13.2 Solver
3.13.3 Post-processor
Numerical example 3.1
4.1 Construction
4.1.1 Slotted-rotor PM d.c. motors
4.1.2 Slotless-rotor PM motors
4.1.4 Disk motors
4.2.2 Armature winding EMF
4.2.3 Electromagnetic (developed) torque
4.2.4 Electromagnetic power
4.2.5 Rotor and commutator linear speed
4.2.6 Input and output power
4.2.7 Losses
4.2.8 Pole pitch
4.2.9 Air gap magnetic flux density
4.2.10 Armature line current density
4.2.11 Armature winding current density
4.2.12 Armature winding resistance
4.2.13 Armature winding inductance
4.2.14 Mechanical time constant
4.3 Sizing procedure
4.4 Armature reaction
4.5 Commutation
4.6 Starting
4.7 Speed control
4.7.1 Armature terminal-voltage speed control
4.7.2 Armature rheostat speed control
4.7.4 Chopper variable-voltage speed control
4.8 Magnetic circuit
4.8.2 Air gap permeance
4.8.3 Leakage permeances
4.9.5 Wheelchairs
5.1 Construction
5.2.1 Speed
5.2.2 Air gap magnetic flux density
5.2.3 Voltage induced (EMF)
5.2.4 Armature line current density
5.2.5 Electromagnetic power
5.2.7 Subtransient synchronous reactance
5.2.10 Form factor of the excitation field
5.2.11 Form factors of the armature reaction
5.2.13 Equivalent field MMF
5.2.14 Armature reaction reactance
5.3 Phasor diagram
5.4 Characteristics
5.5 Starting
5.5.1 Starting by means of an auxiliary motor
5.5.3 Asynchronous starting
5.6 Reactances
6.6.1 Sources of torque pulsations
6.6.4 Minimization of torque ripple
6.7 Rotor position sensing of d.c. brushless motors
6.7.1 Hall sensors
6.7.3 Resolvers
6.8 Sensorless motors
6.9.1 Converter fed motors
6.9.2 Servo amplifiers
6.9.3 Microcontrollers
6.9.4 DSP control
6.11 Smart motors
6.12 Applications of d.c. brushless motors
6.12.1 Electric vehicles
6.12.2 Variable-speed
6.12.5 CD players and CD ROMs
6.12.7 X-Y tables
6.12.8 Sheep shearing handpieces
6.12.10 Space mission tools
7.1 Double-sided motor with internal PM disk rotor
7.1.1 Stator core
7.1.2 Main dimensions
7.2 Double-sided motor with one stator
7.5 Multidisk motors
7.6 Applications
7.6.1 Electric vehicles
7.6.2 Gearless elevator propulsion system
7.6.3 Propulsion of unmanned submarines
7.6.4 Counterrotating rotor ship propulsion system
High Power Density Brushless Motors
8.1 Design considerations
8.2 Requirements
8.3 Multiphase motors
8.4 Surface PM versus salient-pole rotor
8.5 Electromagnetic effects
8.5.1 Armature reaction
8.5.2 Damper
8.5.3 Winding losses in large motors
8.5.4 Minimization of losses
8.5.5 Cooling
8.5.6 Corrosion of PMs
8.6 Construction of motors with cylindrical rotors
8.6.1 Motor with reduced armature reaction
8.6.2 Motors with modular stators
8.7 Construction of motors with disk rotors
8.8 Transverse flux motors
8.8.1 Principle of operation
8.8.2 EMF and electromagnetic torque
8.8.3 Armature winding resistance
8.8.4 Armature reaction and leakage reactance
8.8.6 Advantages and disadvantages
8.9 Applications
8.9.1 Ship propulsion
8.9.3 Hybrid electric transit bus
8.9.4 Light rail system
Brushless Motors of Special Construction
9.1 Single-phase motors
9.1.3 Single-phase converter-fed PM brushless motors
9.3.1 Micromotors with planar coils
9.3.2 Micromotors of cylindrical construction
9.4 Actuators for automotive applications
9.6 Three-axis torque motor
9.7 High speed synchronous motors
9.7.1 Requirements
9.7.3 High speed motors with canned rotor
9.7.4 High speed spindle drives
9.8 Slotless motors
9.9 Motors with imbricated rotors
Stepping Motors
10.1 Features of stepping motors
10.2 Fundamental equations
10.2.1 Step
10.2.3 Maximum synchronizing torque
10.2.4 Frequency of the rotor oscillations
10.3 PM stepping motors
10.4 Reluctance stepping motors
10.5 Hybrid stepping motors
10.5.1 Full stepping
10.5.2 Half stepping
10.5.3 Microstepping
10.5.4 Practical hybrid motor
10.5.5 Bipolar and unipolar motors
10.6 Motion control of stepping motors
10.8 Single-phase stepping motors
10.9 Torque and voltage equations
10.10 Characteristics
10.10.1 Torque-angle characteristics
10.10.2 Torque-current characteristics
10.10.3 Torque-frequency characteristics
10.11 Applications
A.2 End connection leakage permeance
B.2 Armature core losses
B.3 Rotor core losses
B.6 Rotational losses
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Permanent Magnet Motor Technology-002

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