Design of Three Phase Homopolar Synchrone Reluctance Machine with Double Statoric Winding and Double Massive RotorC. Belalahy, I. Rasoanarivo, S. Rael, and F. M. Sargos
GREEN Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine, Vandoeuvre lès Nancy, France
This paper deals with the design of a three phase synchronous reluctance machine constituted by two stators and two massive rotors.
A coil is placed in the stator, between the two salient poles of the rotor. These poles can have parallel or perpendicular axes.
Such structures allow the rotor to work as an inertial load and provide high dynamic performances with regards to energy conversion, a strong torque and a very good efficiency, especially for high speed applications.
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