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Coil Number Impact on Performance of 4-Phase Low Speed Toothed Doubly Salient Permanent Magnet Motors

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The low speed toothed doubly salient permanent-magnet (TDSPM) machine is an interesting candidate motor for electric ship applications because, of its high torque output, maintenance-free operation and flexible working modes, which gives the opportunity to increase system’s reliability, and decrease the system size, weight and noise which are key features for naval applications. However, particularly in the 3-phase configuration, the stator and rotor saliency of these machines leads to a high level of torque ripple. To overcome these drawbacks, the use of polyphase machines (with a number of phases greater than three) can be a relevant solution. In this paper, an optimal design of two kind of novel 4-phase motors is performed in order to fulfil the specifications of a high power naval ship propulsion. The designs aim to maximize the torque to mass ratio. The motors’ performances are directly linked to their structural parameters, so, the impact of the coil number in terms of mean torque, torque ripple, energy ratio values, and efficiency is also presented and analysed. The design of these two electromagnetic structures, as well as the determination of their electromagnetic performances, are carried out using a particle swarm optimization algorithm (PSO) with taking into account thermal constraint. The performance of the proposed machine in terms of mean torque, torque ripple, energy ratio, and efficiency values is presented and analysed. The results obtained reveal that the TDSPM machines with four poles/phase are good candidates to meet the requirements of high power direct-drive ship propulsion system.
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hal-04074962 , version 1 (14-06-2024)

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Cherif Guerroudj, Jean-Frederic Charpentier, Rachid Saou, Yannis Karnavas, Nicolas Bracikowski, et al.. Coil Number Impact on Performance of 4-Phase Low Speed Toothed Doubly Salient Permanent Magnet Motors. Machines, 2021, 9 (7), pp.137. ⟨10.3390/machines9070137⟩. ⟨hal-04074962⟩
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