Design and Application of Electrical Machines
Palka, Ryszard (editor)
Wardach, Marcin (editor)
Electrical machines are one of the most important components of the industrial world. They are at the heart of the new industrial revolution, brought forth by the development of electromobility and renewable energy systems. Electric motors must meet the most stringent requirements of reliability, availability, and high efficiency in order, among other things, to match the useful lifetime of power electronics in complex system applications and compete in the market under ever-increasing pressure to deliver the highest performance criteria. Today, thanks to the application of highly efficient numerical algorithms running on high-performance computers, it is possible to design electric machines and very complex drive systems faster and at a lower cost. At the same time, progress in the field of material science and technology enables the development of increasingly complex motor designs and topologies. The purpose of this Special Issue is to contribute to this development of electric machines. The publication of this collection of scientific articles, dedicated to the topic of electric machine design and application, contributes to the dissemination of the above information among professionals dealing with electrical machines.
Keywordselectric AWD tractor; SOC level; simulation model; load measurement system; driving test; brushless direct current motor with permanent magnet (BLDCM); winding configurations; star; delta; star–delta; fault states; open circuit (OC); FFT; neutral-point voltage; electrical machine; hydro generator; faulty synchronization; finite element method; field-circuit modeling; permanent magnet machines; hybrid excitation; electric vehicles; wind power generator; finite element methods; variable speed machines; synchronous generator; permanent magnets; demagnetization; motor control; switched reluctance motor; MATLAB; simulation; wheel hub motor; electric drive; permanent magnet synchronous motor; electrical machines; thermal modeling; preformed coils; insulation systems; pre-shaped conductor; system model; structural dynamics; multibody simulation; transient electrical machine model; permanent magnet synchronous machine; induction machine; dynamic gear forces; planetary gear; synchronous condenser; different materials; magnetic flux leakage in the end; eddy current loss; fluid–solid coupling; finite element analysis (FEA); interior PM synchronous motor; surface PM synchronous motor; traction applications; finite element analysis; flux switching machine; flux bridge; magnetic flux leakage; variable flux machine; axial flux generator; spatial harmonic interaction; harmonic balance method; turbo-generator; eddy current losses; data driven; support vector regression; multi-layer perceptron; vane pump; electric motor; integrated motor-pump assembly (IMPA); balanced vane pump; fluid power drives; brushless DC electric motor; permanent magnet machine; measurements; high-speed motor; electromagnetic analysis; mechanical analysis; thermal analysis; electromechanical convertor; drive system component; electromagnetic calculation; MR fluids; MR multi-disc clutch; clutch design; electric train; hybrid excited linear flux switching machine; rope-less elevator; n/a
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Publication date and place2022
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology