Synchronous Reluctance Machines: Analysis, Optimization and Applications (Energy Engineering) (Hardcover)

Synchronous Reluctance Machines: Analysis, Optimization and Applications (Energy Engineering) By Nicola Bianchi, Cristian Babetto, Giacomo Bacco Cover Image

Synchronous Reluctance Machines: Analysis, Optimization and Applications (Energy Engineering) (Hardcover)

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Reluctance motors induce non-permanent magnetic poles on the ferromagnetic rotor; the rotor

does not have any windings and torque is generated through magnetic reluctance.

Synchronous reluctance motors (SyRMs) have an equal number of stator and rotor poles.

Reluctance motors can deliver high power density at low cost, so they are finding increasing

application in the transport sector. Disadvantages include high torque ripple and the

complexity of designing and controlling them. Advances in theory, computer design, and

control electronics can overcome these issues.

This hands-on reference covers the concept and design of synchronous reluctance motors. It

conveys all key topics required to understand this technology. Chapters cover magnetic

materials, geometry, modeling, design and analysis, optimization, production technology,

fault-tolerance, experimental validation, and self-sensing-oriented optimization.

Synchronous Reluctance Machines: Analysis, optimization and applications is ideal for

researchers working on electrical machines and motors, particularly electric vehicles. The

writers - experts from academia and industry - provide the reader with an excellent

background and understanding of the core concepts involved in synchronous reluctance

motors such that they can engage in their own R&D.

Product Details ISBN: 9781839532634
ISBN-10: 1839532637
Publisher: Institution of Engineering & Technology
Publication Date: February 15th, 2022
Pages: 369
Language: English
Series: Energy Engineering