PM brushed DC motor optimization

Rasul, Tarvirdilu
Reza, Zeinali
Ertan, Hulusi Bülent
Yavuz, Taner
This paper describes how a brushed DC motor with permanent magnet excitation is analytically modeled for optimization of its design. The developed model takes into account the saturation of the magnetic circuit which assures its accuracy. In developing this model FEM solutions are utilized. The paper displays the accuracy of the approach by comparing measurement results on the test motor with analytical and FEM predictions of its performance. The optimization results are also presented.
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T. Rasul, Z. Reza, H. B. Ertan, and T. Yavuz, “PM brushed DC motor optimization,” presented at the ISEF 2015, Valencia, Spain, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: