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Fast synthesis of permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance motors

Fast synthesis of permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance motors

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This paper describes a procedure for a practical synthesis of both a synchronous reluctance motor and a permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance motor. The procedure is completely analytical, yielding a rapid drawing of the motor geometry, taking into account both magnetic and mechanical considerations. From the application requirements, the external volume of the motor is computed. The further practical needs, such as maximum outer space, maximum available length, existing stator lamination, and so on are considered. Then, the design of the rotor geometry is carried out. The PM size is determined considering the demagnetisation limit according to the maximum current loading.

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