Russian Electrical Engineering

, Volume 84, Issue 10, pp 556–559 | Cite as

A starter-generator for a diesel power plant

  • S. G. Voronin
  • A. I. Sogrin
  • P. O. Shaburov
  • B. D. Shumakov


The paper describes the results of designing an integrated starter-generator for a diesel engine. The starter-generator is based on a permanent-magnet synchronous machine. It has a single-tooth winding. It is divided into two independent parts powered by individual semiconductor converters. The designed machine has a starting torque of 1300 N m and a power up to 50 kW in the generator mode.


integrated starter-generator synchronous machine with permanent magnets single-tooth winding 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. G. Voronin
  • A. I. Sogrin
  • P. O. Shaburov
  • B. D. Shumakov

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