Consequent-Pole Hybrid Brushless Wound-Rotor Synchronous Machine
- Consequent-Pole Hybrid Brushless Wound-Rotor Synchronous Machine
- Brushless (BL) excitation; consequent pole; harmonic winding; sub-harmonic component; synchronous machine
- Issue Date
- IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
- IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS, v. 54, No. 11, Article no. 8206205
- This paper presents a novel consequent-pole hybrid brushless wound-rotor synchronous machine (CPH-BL-WRSM). The proposed
machine employs permanent magnets (PMs) on the alternate poles of the salient pole rotor, which has considerably less magnet
usage compared to the regular (PM) assisted synchronous machine. The proposed CPH-BL-WRSM offered the advantages of high
starting torque, high torque density, and better performance under full-load conditions. The BL operation for the proposed machine
is achieved by generating a composite magneto motive force (MMF) with a fundamental component and sub-harmonic component.
The sub-harmonic component of the stator MMF is used for BL excitation of the rotor. The finite-element method was used to analyze
the performance of the CPH-BL-WRSM in comparison with the performance of the existing BL-WRSM and regular PM-assisted
BL-WRSM. Finally, a prototype of the CPH-BL-WRSM was manufactured and the experiment was conducted to demonstrate the
performance of the proposed CPH-BL-WRSM.
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