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Optimal design of stator and rotor slot of induction motor for electric vehicle applications

Optimal design of stator and rotor slot of induction motor for electric vehicle applications

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The performance requirement of a squirrel cage induction motor (IM) for application in electric vehicle (EV), with high efficiency, power factor and breakdown torque, is a challenging task for a machine designer. A new 5 hp wide speed operating range IM suitable for EV application has been designed here. The parametric study to analyse the effect of stator and rotor slot dimensions on different performance parameters has been carried out. This parametric study forms the basis of the multi-objective optimisation problem taken in this study. An evolutionary algorithm has been used for the IM design optimisation and its performance is compared to that of a conventional one. The optimised IM is then fabricated and tested in the laboratory to validate the simulation results.

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