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Design and Validation of a Synchronous Reluctance Motor With Single Tooth Windings
This paper presents for the first time the analysis and experimental validation of a six-slot four-pole synchronous reluctance motor with nonoverlapping fractional slot-targeted windings. The machine exhibits high torque density and efficiency because of its high fill factor coils with very short finish windings, facilitated by a segmented stator and bobbin winding of the coils. These benefits are in addition to its inherent robustness and low value. The topology is presented as a logical success in advancing synchronous reluctance machines that are universally wound with a sinusoidally distributed winding. The paper presents the motor design, performance evaluation through finite element studies and validation of the electromagnetic model, and thermal specification through empirical testing. It is shown that top performance synchronous reluctance motors will be constructed with single tooth wound coils, but considerations must be given regarding torque quality and therefore the d-q axis inductances.
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