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Theoretical and experimental analysis of a three-phase permanent magnet claw-pole synchronous generator
The current study deals with the theoretical and experimental analysis of a permanent magnet claw-pole synchronous generator (PMCPSG) suited to little rating, direct-driven applications, like tiny-scale wind power plants. After the computation of the machine main dimensions using an analytical algorithm, a Hooke??Jeeves optimisation procedure was implemented in order to obtain the optimal geometry of the PMCPSG. The electromagnetic field and static performances are studied, based mostly on 3-dimensional finite element analysis. A prototype of the PMCPSG is tested on a test bench for resistive and inductive hundreds.
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