Performance of a fractional dc electric motor equipped with plastic bonded Nd2Fe14B stator poles

 
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1997 (EN)
Performance of a fractional dc electric motor equipped with plastic bonded Nd2Fe14B stator poles (EN)

Atanassova, YK (EN)
Nicolaides, GK (EN)
Ioannides, MG (EN)
Tsamakis, DM (EN)
Gamari-Seale, H (EN)

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Injection molding Nd2Fe14B plastic bonded magnetic material is pressed into the form of cylindrical ring segments in order to investigate its performance when used in the manufacturing of stator poles of fractional power de motors. Measurements of speed and armature current versus different load torques were performed. The experimental results obtained for stator poles made by three plastic bonded Nd2Fe14B magnetic materials of different densities, are compared to those results obtained by using a pair of typical barium ferrite stator poles. The torque versus speed curves, the obtained mechanical power versus speed and the efficiency of the motor as a function of the speed are presented. The torque speed data in high speeds follow a linear law, as is expected by theory, while at low speeds, below a crossover point, a deviation from this linearity appears. This is attributed to temperature effects. In this work it is shown that in the region of light loads and high speeds, at a certain speed, the injection molded Nd2Fe14B permanent magnet stators produce a higher electromagnetic torque, higher mechanical power, and higher efficiency than the barium ferrite ones. (C) 1997 American Institute of Physics. (EN)

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Εθνικό Μετσόβιο Πολυτεχνείο (EL)
National Technical University of Athens (EN)

Journal of Applied Physics (EN)

1997


AMER INST PHYSICS (EN)



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