A General Mathematical Formulation for Winding Layout Arrangement of Electrical Machines
AbstractWinding design methods have been a subject of research for many years of the past century. Many methods have been developed, each one characterized by some advantages and drawbacks. Nowadays, the star of slots is the most widespread design tool for electrical machine windings. In this context, this paper presents a simple and effective procedure to determine the distribution of the slot EMFs over the phases and of the winding configuration in all possible typologies of electrical machines equipped with symmetrical windings. The result of this procedure gives a Winding Distribution Table (WDT), which can be used to define coils and coil groups connections and also to simply implement winding optimizations techniques, such as zone widening, imbrication, etc. Moreover, this procedure can be easily implemented on a computer in order to perform automated winding designs for rotating electrical machines. Several examples are provided in order to validate the proposed procedure. View Full-Text
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Caruso, M.; Di Tommaso, A.O.; Marignetti, F.; Miceli, R.; Ricco Galluzzo, G. A General Mathematical Formulation for Winding Layout Arrangement of Electrical Machines. Energies 2018, 11, 446.
Caruso M, Di Tommaso AO, Marignetti F, Miceli R, Ricco Galluzzo G. A General Mathematical Formulation for Winding Layout Arrangement of Electrical Machines. Energies. 2018; 11(2):446.Chicago/Turabian Style
Caruso, Massimo; Di Tommaso, Antonino O.; Marignetti, Fabrizio; Miceli, Rosario; Ricco Galluzzo, Giuseppe. 2018. "A General Mathematical Formulation for Winding Layout Arrangement of Electrical Machines." Energies 11, no. 2: 446.
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