Performance Analysis of Switched Reluctance Motor With Different Core Materials
Mr. Dwarakanath S K, Mr. Shivalingaiah K L, Dr.Jyoti Koujalagi
Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
1Assistant Professor-SJB Institute of Technology, 2Associate Professor-RRCE, 3Professor-Dr. AIT, Bengaluru, India.
This paper presents 6/4 Switched Reluctance Motor output study with varying core materials. The stator and rotor structure is
studied with M-15 and Mega perm material with Ansys software. Power output, efficiency is analyzed using Rotating Magnetic
Expert of Maxwell tools. In terms of torque, rotational speed and efficiency characteristics, the performance of the two types
of 6/4pole SRM having dimensions same but core is made of different material is compared.
In terms of torque, rotational speed and performance, two types of 6/4pole SRM having the similar dimensions for
different stator and rotor material are compared with the traditional one. One is M-15 silicon steel of non-oriented type and
second is Mega perm, are used for comparison of study. Simulation result says, M-15 materials motor results are better with Mega
perm. core materials in SRM are investigated. FEA tool is used to accurately determine key motor parameters, and performance
predictions are simulated in ANSYS software, results of the prototype model are presented. Magnetic characteristics and
simulation results are worked on in finding flux lines and its linkages, inductance, efficiency and speed are presented
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