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Synchronous Motor with Hybrid Permanent Magnets on the Rotor
AbstractPowder metallurgy allows designers of electric motors to implement new magnetic circuit structures. A relatively new concept is the use of a magnet system consisting of various types of magnets on one rotor, for example sintered and bonded magnets. This concept has been applied to the design and manufacture of the four-pole rotor of a synchronous motor with 400 W power and a rotational speed of 1500 rpm. In this motor, the stator of an asynchronous motor type Sh 71-4B is applied. The application of the new construction of the rotor resulted in an increase in motor efficiency and power factor compared to an asynchronous motor with the same volume.
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Slusarek, B.; Kapelski, D.; Antal, L.; Zalas, P.; Gwoździewicz, M. Synchronous Motor with Hybrid Permanent Magnets on the Rotor. Sensors 2014, 14, 12425-12436.View more citation formats
Slusarek B, Kapelski D, Antal L, Zalas P, Gwoździewicz M. Synchronous Motor with Hybrid Permanent Magnets on the Rotor. Sensors. 2014; 14(7):12425-12436.Chicago/Turabian Style
Slusarek, Barbara; Kapelski, Dariusz; Antal, Ludwik; Zalas, Pawel; Gwoździewicz, Maciej. 2014. "Synchronous Motor with Hybrid Permanent Magnets on the Rotor." Sensors 14, no. 7: 12425-12436.
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