More Effective Control of Linear Switched-Reluctance Motor Based on the Research of Electromagnetic Processes of Field Theory Methods Linear Electrical Machines
The results of research of electromagnetic processes in linear switched-reluctance motor of various designs are presented. The methods of the electromagnetic field theory in a three-dimensional formulation are used. The analysis of the possibility of an independent control of phases of the considered electrical machines is carried out. The technical solution to improve the accuracy of the electromagnetic force regulation is proposed.
KeywordsSwitched-reluctance motor Electromagnetic field analysis Electromagnetic force regulation
The work is done by the authors as part of the agreement No 14.579.21.0064 about subsidizing dated 20.10.2014. The topic is “Development of experimental model of reversible electric machine reciprocating power 10–20 kW heavy-duty” by order of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Federal Targeted Programme (FTP) “Researches and developments in accordance with priority areas of Russian science and technology sector evolution for 2014–2020 years”. The unique identity code of applied researches (the project) is RFMEFI57914X0064.
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