Electric drive with a field-regulated reluctance machine
Improved power characteristics of an electric drive with a field-regulated reluctance machine are demonstrated. These characteristics are confirmed by refined finite-element calculations.
Keywordselectric drive with field regulated reluctance machine finite elements method electrical loading space wave specific torque
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