Investigation of Dual-Stator Spoke-Type Vernier Machine for EV Application
- Investigation of Dual-Stator Spoke-Type Vernier Machine for EV Application
- Dual stator; electric vehicle propulsion system; spoke-type permanent-magnet machine; vernier machine
- Issue Date
- IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
- IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS, v. 54, No. 11, Article no. 8206505
- This paper presents an investigative study on a dual-stator spoke-type vernier machine (DSSTVM) suitable for direct-drive electric
vehicle (EV) propulsion systems. DSSTVM was a superior choice as a direct-drive motor because of its high torque density per
volume, wide speed range operation, and high power factor, which are critical features for the direct-drive EV propulsion system.
However, previous research on DSSTVMs was restricted to conventional 12 slots and 20 poles (12S20P) with distributed windings.
Thus, the 12S22P combination, which has a higher gear ratio, was presented to enhance the torque performance. Different winding
configurations were also considered to further improve the performance, as concentrated and distributed windings in vernier
machines show different performances due to their different vernier effects and different end windings. A total of four models,
12S20P and 12S22P models with concentrated and distributed windings, were suggested and compared. The finite-element method
analysis was performed to confirm the characteristics of each model. Consequently, the 12S22P model with a distributed winding
was chosen for EV applications due to its good overall performance.
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