MODELING OF TRACTION SYNCHRONOUS PERMANENT MAGNET MOTOR MODES
Keywords:traction synchronous permanent magnet motor, mathematical model of electromagnetic field, basic running characteristics
A mathematical model of electromagnetic field for simulating operational modes of traction synchronous motors with permanent magnets intended for electric vehicles is developed. The mathematical model takes into account real-time rotor rotation and allows calculating and analyzing the motor basic running characteristics as time functions.
Grebennikov V.V., Pryjmak M.V. Issledovanie vliyaniya konfiguracii magnitnoj sistemy na momentnye harakteristiki `elektrodvigatelej s postoyannymi magnitami // `Elektrotehnika i `elektro`energetika. - 2009. - №2. - S. 57-60.
Ledovskij A.N. `Elektricheskie mashiny s vysokoko`ercitivnymi postoyannymi magnitami. - M.: `Energoatomizdat, 1985. - S. 76-77.
SAE 2011 Powertrain Electric Motors Symposium - Shanghai, 18-21 November, 2011.
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