Eddy current Losses in Permanent Magnets of High Speed Synchronous Generators

Martin, F.
Bernard, N.
Zaim, M. E.
Tounzi, A.
Fratila, R.
In this paper, we investigate the eddy current losses in permanent magnets in a surface mounted magnet synchronous machines. A 2D analytical method is presented to calculate the losses due to the time and space harmonics. The validation of the analytical model is led through a 3D finite element method. The proposed method is then applied in case of a generator charging a battery through a full-wave bridge rectifier.


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Citation Formats
F. Martin, N. Bernard, M. E. Zaim, A. Tounzi, and R. Fratila, “Eddy current Losses in Permanent Magnets of High Speed Synchronous Generators,” 2011, p. 374, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67976.