A Novel Fault-Tolerant Multi-Tooth Flux-Switching Motor with Hybrid Excitation for Electro-mechanica

A Novel - A Novel Fault-Tolerant Multi-Tooth Flux-Switching Motor with Hybrid Excitation for Electro-mechanical Actuator WANG Yu DENG Zhi-quan WANG

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A Novel Fault-Tolerant Multi-Tooth Flux-Switching Motor with Hybrid Excitation for Electro-mechanical Actuator WANG Yu, DENG Zhi-quan, WANG Xiao-lin Department of Electrical Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics 29 Yu Dao Street, Nanjing, Jiangsu 210016, China [email protected] Abstract—Multi-tooth fault tolerant flux-switching permanent magnet (FSPM) motor is a novel fault tolerant motor having magnet in the stator, which has the advantages such as excellent physical, mechanical and magnet insulation abilities and big self- inductance. Furthermore, it also overcomes the disadvantages like magnet bears centrifugal force and difficult to dispel heat that exist in conventional rotor-PM topology. However, the air- gap field of this motor is difficult to regulate due to that it is generated by the stator magnets alone. Hence, this paper proposes a novel hybrid excitation multi-tooth fault tolerant flux- switching permanent magnet (FSPM) motor, which can easily
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