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Motors & Generators - SRM Application Pages

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Design and Analysis of a Switched Reluctance Motor

Using MagNet, various design and analysis aspects of a SRM are considered. Using an 8/6 SRM (shown here) as an example, results that are integral to the design and analysis of any SRM. The results presented here are for such a machine operating at 1500 RPM. Some other specifications of this motor are; rated current and voltage: 7 A, 300 V.

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Design of a 100 KW SRM For Traction Applications

Using MotorSolve SRM, a 100 KW SRM is designed for traction application. Typical results that are needed for the design of such machines are presented: magnetization characteristics, static torque, torque speed characteristics, optimization of firing angles.

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Nonlinear Time-Transient in Switched Reluctance Motors (T.E.A.M. Problem 24)

This is a test rig of configuration similar to that of a switched reluctance machine. It is made of solid medium-carbon steel and mounted in a nonmagnetic cage which can rotate about a stainless steel shaft. This example shows a nonlinear transient problem, which was solved by MagNet’s Transient 3D solver.

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Nonlinear Time-Transient in Switched Reluctance Motors (T.E.A.M. Problem 24)

This is a test rig configuration similar to a switched reluctance machine. It is made of solid medium-carbon steel and mounted in a nonmagnetic cage which can rotate about a stainless steel shaft. This is a nonlinear transient problem, which was simulated using MagNet for SOLIDWORKS transient solver.

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SRM Design Optimization

The example presented here demonstrates how OptiNet searches for the improved design of a 8/6 SRM to maximize the torque generated while conforming to manufacturing and operating constraints.

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Switched Reluctance Motor: Comparing FEA with RSM

This application analyses a switched reluctance motor using two different methods: the MagNet Transient 2D with Motion solver, and a circuit simulator with a response surface model (RSM) created with the System Model Generator.

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