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Author Guersi, N. ♦ Ouari, A.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine ♦ Performance Analysis ♦ Finite Element Modeling ♦ Numerical Solution ♦ Operating Characteristic ♦ Post Processing Function ♦ Stator Voltage ♦ Harmonic Analysis ♦ Finite Element Model ♦ Permanent Magnet ♦ Pole Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine ♦ Present Work ♦ Vital Processing Function ♦ Wound Field Synchronous Machine ♦ Multiple Simulation ♦ Freeware Package Femm ♦ Finite Element Modelling ♦ Field Control ♦ Poisson Equation ♦ Synchronous Performance ♦ Air Gap Field Distribution ♦ Magnetic Field Problem ♦ Performance Assessment ♦ Key Word ♦ Alternative Approach
Abstract Abstract: This paper is concerned with the validation of finite element model of a three phase four pole permanent magnet synchronous machine and the development of some post processing functions needed to analyse the numerical solution of the Poisson’s equation governing the magnetic field problem. Due to the lack of field control in permanent magnet synchronous machines, fewer operating characteristics are available for performance assessment in comparison with wound field synchronous machines. To make up for this limitation, alternative approaches are required to extract the missing information from the numerical solution. In this respect, multiples simulations of different operating conditions of the devices are required to derive the operating characteristics of the device. Unfortunately some vital processing functions such as the harmonic analysis of the air gap field distribution or the computation of the time varying stator voltage are not available in the freeware package FEMM which has been used in the present work. Consequently the needed post processing functions required for the prediction of the synchronous performance of the device have been developed. Key words: Poisson’s equation, finite element modelling, permanent magnet synchronous
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