Design Procedure for High-Speed PM Motors Aided by Optimization Algorithms
AbstractThis paper considers the electromagnetic and structural co-design of superficial permanent magnet synchronous machines for high-speed applications, with the aid of a Pareto optimization procedure. The aim of this work is to present a design procedure for the afore-mentioned machines that relies on the combined used of optimization algorithms and finite element analysis. The proposed approach allows easy analysis of the results and a lowering of the computational burden. The proposed design method is presented through a practical example starting from the specifications of an aeronautical actuator. The design procedure is based on static finite element simulations for electromagnetic analysis and on analytical formulas for structural design. The final results are validated through detailed transient finite element analysis to verify both electromagnetic and structural performance. The step-by-step presentation of the proposed design methodology allows the reader to easily adapt it to different specifications. Finally, a comparison between a distributed-winding (24 slots) and a concentrated-winding (6 slots) machine is presented demonstrating the advantages of the former winding arrangement for high-speed applications. View Full-Text
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Cupertino, F.; Leuzzi, R.; Monopoli, V.G.; Cascella, G.L. Design Procedure for High-Speed PM Motors Aided by Optimization Algorithms. Machines 2018, 6, 5.
Cupertino F, Leuzzi R, Monopoli VG, Cascella GL. Design Procedure for High-Speed PM Motors Aided by Optimization Algorithms. Machines. 2018; 6(1):5.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cupertino, Francesco; Leuzzi, Riccardo; Monopoli, Vito G.; Cascella, Giuseppe L. 2018. "Design Procedure for High-Speed PM Motors Aided by Optimization Algorithms." Machines 6, no. 1: 5.
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