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Asian Journal of Information Technology
Year: 2007 | Volume: 6 | Issue: 3 | Page No.: 268-273
Design of Three-Phase and Four-Phase LSRM with Active Stator and Passive Translator of the Linear Switched Reluctance Machine
Abdelkamel Dekhinet , Cherif Fetha and Khaled Chikhi
 
Abstract: A standard design procedure for a single-sided and longitudinal-flux-based Linear Switched Reluctance Machine (LSRM) is developed in this section. The proposed design procedure utilizes the rotating Switched Reluctance Machine (rotary SRM) design by converting the specifications of the linear machine into those of an equivalent rotating machine. The machine design is carried out in the rotary domain, which then is transformed back into the linear domain. Such a procedure brings to bear the knowledge base and familiarity of the rotary machine designers to design a linear machine effectively. This study contains illustrations of the proposed design procedure for a three-phase LSRM with an active stator and passive translator and a four-phase LSRM with an active translator and passive stator. Analysis procedures for the phase winding inductance and propulsion and normal forces vs. translator position are developed with a lumped-parameter magnetic circuit model. The results from it are verified with finite element analysis. The experimental setup for measurements of inductance vs. position vs. current, propulsion force vs. position vs. current and normal force vs. position vs. current is described.
 
How to cite this article:
Abdelkamel Dekhinet , Cherif Fetha and Khaled Chikhi , 2007. Design of Three-Phase and Four-Phase LSRM with Active Stator and Passive Translator of the Linear Switched Reluctance Machine . Asian Journal of Information Technology, 6: 268-273.
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