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Optimized stator design method using machine parameter permutation

  • Svenja KaltEmail author
  • Jonathan Erhard
  • Markus Lienkamp
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Abstract

In this paper, a new optimized method for the stator design of permanent magnet synchronous machines (PSM) using parameter permutation is introduced. The proposed joint optimization of the groove form and winding design dissolves the fixed sequential steps of the conventional stator design process. This enables a holistic consideration of all possible combinations of machine parameters and aims to find the global optimum for the stator design.

Optimiertes Statorauslegungsverfahren unter Verwendung von Maschinenparameter-Permutation

Zusammenfassung

In dieser Arbeit wird ein neues optimiertes Verfahren für die Statorauslegung von permanenterregten Synchronmaschinen (PSM) unter Verwendung von Parameter Permutation vorgestellt. Die gleichzeitige Optimierung der Nutform und des Wicklungsdesigns löst die festen aufeinanderfolgenden Schritte des konventionellen Statorauslegungsprozesses auf. Dies ermöglicht eine ganzheitliche Betrachtung aller möglichen Kombinationen von Maschinenparametern und zielt darauf ab, das globale Optimum für die Statorauslegung zu finden.

Notes

Acknowledgements

This work was supported by the organization Bayern Innovativ within the research project DeTailED—Design of Tailored Electrical Drivetrains.

Author Contribution

As first author, Svenja Kalt initiated the idea of the presented optimized stator design method, drew up the overall concept of this paper and conducted the analysis. Jonathan Erhard supported as part of his Master’s thesis with the construction of the design concept and implementation. All authors discussed and commented on the article at all stages. Markus Lienkamp made an essential contribution to the conception of the research project. He revised the paper critically for important intellectual content. Markus Lienkamp gave final approval of the version to be published and agrees to all aspects of the work. As a guarantor, he accepts responsibility for the overall integrity of the paper.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Automotive TechnologyTechnical University of MunichMunichGermany

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