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Special Issue "High Speed Motors and Drives: Design, Challenges and Applications"
A special issue of Machines (ISSN 2075-1702). This special issue belongs to the section "Electrical Machines and Drives".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2021) | Viewed by 34798
Special Issue Editors
Interests: electrical machines and drives; power electronics; power systems; wind power; electric vehicles
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Special Issue Information
Over the decades, the speed of rotating electric machines has been continuously increasing and has now reached hundreds of thousands of rpm. High-speed motors and drives can lead to a high power density and compact design, which are beneficial to a wide range of applications, including aerospace, transportation, and hand-held tools. For example, high-speed permanent magnet synchronous machines can save on the amount of magnets used. This is notably the case if rare-earth materials are used as permanent magnets. This Special Issue attempts to capture the latest technological development in the materials, component, topology, control algorithms, and system design, associated with high-speed electrical machines and their power electronic drive systems. We particularly welcome multi-disciplinary design and optimization approaches, original contributions and review articles on mechanical design, electromagnetics, and industrial applications (e.g., green transportation, renewable energy, and energy storage).
Prof. Wen-Ping Cao
Prof. Chun Gan
Manuscript Submission Information
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Permanent magnet synchronous machines
Pulse width moderation
Computational fluid dynamics