Analysis of Three and Five-phase Double Stator Slotted Rotor Permanent Magnet Generator (DSSR-PMG)

R. Suhairi, R. N. Firdaus, F. Azhar, K.A. Karim, A. Jidin, A. Khamis, Z. Ibrahim, T. Sutikno

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This paper discusses the performance of three and five-phase double stator slotted rotor permanent magnet generator (DSSR-PMG). The objective of this research is to propose  five-phase DSSR-PMG structure that could minimize output voltage ripple compared to three phase. In this research Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to simulate the characteristic of the three and five-phase permanent magnet generator at various speeds. The characteristic of back-EMF, flux linkage, cogging torque and flux density for three and five-phase configurations is presented. As a result, five-phase DSSR-PMG shows a lower cogging  torque and voltage ripple compared to three-phase. The cogging torque for five-phase is 80% lower than three-phase DSSR-PMG and the ripple voltage (peak to peak) of back-EMF in five-phase is 2.3% compared to the three-phase DSSR-PMG which is 55%.


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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijpeds.v8.i1.pp213-221

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