THE AXIAL INDUCTOR MOTOR WITH TOOTH PITCH STATOR WINDING
 
O. N. VESELOVSKI, D. L. KALOUJSKI, E. I. KRUTSKIH
   
Abstract:
The present paper analyses an inductor motor with long excitation flux. To reduce overall dimensions of an electric machine and increase its efficiency, the stator winding is coiled with tooth pitch and excitation flux is formed by the annular magnet. To increase the torque, the winding is implemented as separated phase zones, rotor slots and stator elementary slots are filled with solid insulator and the air gap is filled with magnetic liquid. The electromechanical model of the inductor motor was designed in the basis of modified discrete Rademaher functions, methods of equivalent conductance and symmetrical components. The analysis of the torque equations shows, that a motor of the axial type has the same torque as a radial excitation motor or a reluctance motor
   
Key Words: inductor motor, tooth pitch winding.
   
 
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