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275 – IPM Motor Iron Loss Analysis Accounting for the Effect of Residual Strain

Overview

As electromagnetic appliances become more and more efficient, evaluations of iron loss at a high accuracy also become increasingly sought after. Actual manufacturing sees processes of electromagnetic steel sheets being punched out with a press, laminated, fixed into place with caulking, welding, with bolts tightened, etc., with the laminated iron core either press-fitted into frame or shrink-fitted. Stress and residual strain can occur as a result of these processes, which compared to more ideal conditions, causes increases in iron loss.

In simulations using the finite element method, iron loss can be calculated taking into account the effect of this stress and distortion.
In this example, an analysis of an IPM motor accounting for the residual strain that occurs as a result of punching processes, and evaluates the effect on torque, magnetic flux density, and iron loss.

Expressing Deterioration as a Result of Residual Strain

The deterioration that occurs as a result of residual strain is expressed via the deterioration coefficient in the cut plane, and the deterioration function from the surface.
Fig. 1 shows the permeability deterioration coefficient of the magnetic field dependency, and Fig. 2 shows the hysteresis loss correction coefficient of the magnetic flux density dependency.

Effect on Magnetic Flux Density and Torque

Fig. 3 shows differences in magnetic flux density due to the presence or absence of residual strain, while Fig. 4 shows the comparison of average torque.
It can be understood from Fig. 3 that by accounting for residual strain, magnetic flux density grows smaller in the vicinity of the core cut plane. This is because permeability deteriorates due to manufacturing.
From Fig. 4, it can be understood that the effect on average torque from residual strain is approximately 1 %.

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