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  1. 181 – Analysis of SR Motor Drive Characteristics

    OverviewWith the skyrocketing prices of rare earth magnets, expectations have been rising for SR (switched reluctance) motors because they have a motor format that does not use permanent magnets. SR …

    24 Oct 2018

  2. 195 – Torque characteristics analysis of three-phase induction motors using 3D correction function

    OverviewAn induction motor is a motor in which the rotating magnetic field of the stator winding causes induced current to flow in an secondary conductor, which exerts force on the rotor in the rotat…

  3. 241 – Single-Phase Synchronous Motor N-T-I Characteristics Analysis

    OverviewThe widely used three-phase synchronous motor can be driven efficiently and stably but, on the other hand, costs tends to increase from using an inverter. Whereas since single-phase synchrono…

    15 Mar 2018

  4. 240 – N-T Characteristic Analysis of an IPM using PAM drive

    In this example, we introduce the case study that evaluate of IPM motor using PAM drive.

  5. 177 – Torque Characteristic Analysis of a Three Phase Induction Motor

    OverviewAn induction motor is a motor in which the rotating magnetic field of the stator coils causes induced current to flow in an auxiliary conductor, which exerts force on the rotor in the rotatio…

    8 Mar 2018

  6. 176 – Drive Characteristic Analysis of a Three-Phase Induction Motor

    OverviewAn induction motor is a motor in which the rotating magnetic field of the stator coils causes induced current to flow in an auxiliary conductor, which exerts force on the rotor in the rotatio…

  7. 165 – Creating an Efficiency Map for an IPM Motor

    OverviewFig. 1 shows the Speed-Torque curve, and fig. 2 shows the efficiency map.As seen in fig. 1, in the low speed region the torque becomes constant. This is due to the current controls. The torqu…

  8. 163 – Torque-Current Curve Analysis of an SPM Motor

    OverviewOne of the fundamental properties of a permanent magnet synchronous motor is the relationship between its current and torque (torque-current curve). The torque generated at each current value…

  9. 56 – Torque Characteristics Analysis of a Self Starting Type Permanent Magnet Motor

    OverviewA self starting permanent magnet motor combines the characteristics of an induction motor and a permanent magnet motor, so it has higher efficiency than an induction motor even without a cont…

    10 Sep 2009

  10. 119 – Torque Characteristic Analysis of a Three Phase Wound Rotor Induction Motor

    OverviewA wound-rotor induction motor is a motor that causes induced current to flow in the secondary coil using a rotating magnetic field in the stator coil, and thus produces turning force through …

  11. 95 – Analysis of a Universal Motor

    OverviewMotors in electrical industrial equipment are often used for cutting and machining, so it is desirable for them to be usable at high rotation speeds. Induction motors cannot achieve high rota…

    30 Jan 2009

  12. 68 – Speed Versus Torque Characteristic Analysis of a Three-Phase Induction Motor

    OverviewAn induction motor is a motor in which a rotating magnetic field in the stator coils causes induced current to flow in an auxiliary conductor. This current and magnetic field exert force on t…

    24 Oct 2008

  13. 63 – Analysis of Torque Characteristics of a Cage Induction Motor

    OverviewInduction motors have been widely used for a long time in general industries because they have a simple structure, and are affordable, robust and highly efficient. When an induction motor rot…

  14. 8 – Analysis of an Axial Gap Motor

    OverviewUnlike typical cylindrical motors such as radial gap motors, axial gap motors have a structure in which the stator and the rotor, which is arranged on a disk, face each other and produce rota…

    30 Oct 2006

  15. 1 – Torque Characteristic Analysis of a Three Phase Induction Motor

    OverviewAn induction motor is a motor in which the rotating magnetic field of the stator coils causes induced current to flow in an auxiliary conductor, exerting force on the rotor in the rotational …

  16. 3 – Analysis of a Permanent Magnet Brush Motor

    OverviewA brush motor generates torque through the electromagnetic attraction and repulsion between its rotor and stator. They do not have many parts and do not require drive circuits, so they are wi…

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