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Equivalent circuit modelling of new brushless synchronous alternator.

Spooner E., E. and Brown, N. L. and Haydock, L. and Mebarki, A. and Novinschi, A. (2005) 'Equivalent circuit modelling of new brushless synchronous alternator.', IEE proceedings : electric power applications., 152 (4). pp. 812-820.


A new type of brushless synchronous machine has been described in the companion paper 'New brushless synchronous alternator' (Brown, N.L. and Haydock, L.: IEE Proc., Electr. Power Appl. 2003, 150, (6), pp. 629-635.) The machine combines permanent magnet and wound coil excitation to provide a single-stage brushless alternator. The simple construction conceals a difficult magnetic circuit that displays complex interactions between excitation sources in the presence of saturation and leakage fields. A design procedure for such a machine using equivalent circuit models is described and the theoretical results are compared with measured values.

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