High series motor or actuator design-finite element model versus analytical model

To design actuators or motors requires analyzing a lot of parameters such as length, temperature, efficiency, weight, etc. To obtain the optimum results for given specifications the solution is to analyze globally all the free parameters in one go, with an optimization algorithm based on the "Prodesign" software which includes an optimization module developed by INPG in Grenoble (France). A comparison between the parametrical study and the finite element design is made with two different examples. The first one is a reluctance actuator and the second one is a brushless DC motor intended for a new intra-cardiac blood pump


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IEMDC'03. IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (Cat. No.03EX679), vol.1, Copyright 2003, IEE, 581-586
Presented at:
Madison, WI, USA
Year:
2003
Publisher:
IEEE
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STI - Integrated Actuators Lab., Ecole Polytech. Fed. de Lausanne, Switzerland Also available on CD-ROM in PDF format 7678650 motor design actuator design finite element model analytical model free parameters analysis optimization algorithm Prodesign software reluctance actuator brushless DC motor intra-cardiac blood pump
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