Comprehensive Report on Design and Development of a 100-kW DSSRM

2018-12-01
Maharjan, Lizon
Bostancı, Emine
Wang, Shiliang
Cosoroaba, Eva
Cai, Wen
Yi, Fan
Shamsi, Pourya
Wang, Wei
Gu, Lei
Luo, Mengying
Rahman, Nasim Arbab
McDonough, Matthew
Lin, Chenjie
Hearron, Joseph
Narvaez, Carlos Caicedo
Wu, Minxiang
Isfahani, Arash Hassanpour
Li, Yinan
Rao, Gaurav
Moallem, Mehdi
Balsara, Poras T.
Fahimi, Babak
Switched reluctance machines (SRMs) are low cost and fault tolerant alternatives for traction applications. Due to their relatively low torque density and high torque ripple, these machines have not been used in commercialized electrified power trains yet. The double-stator magnetic configuration, where a segmental rotor shared between two stators, is proven to have superior torque density, lower acoustic noise, and torque pulsation. The double-stator SRM (DSSRM) has a high potential of being the next generation of traction motors since it combines the advantages of permanent magnet-free machines, such as low cost and independence from supply chain issues associated with rare metals, while providing high torque and power densities. This paper introduces the complete design process of a 100-kW DSSRM including electromagnetic, structural, thermal, and system level design. The performance of the developed DSSRM is verified with the experimental data. This paper presents overall study of DSSRM and describes merits of DSSRM drive system.
IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification

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Citation Formats
L. Maharjan et al., “Comprehensive Report on Design and Development of a 100-kW DSSRM,” IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification, pp. 835–856, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/42889.