Structural Analysis of Induction Machine and Switched Reluctance Machine
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Here we present a comprehensive analysis of structural performance of Induction Machine (IM) and Switched Reluctance Machine (SRM) rotors under different operational conditions. Electric machines are susceptible to forces of diverse origins. In addition to traditionally considered magnetic and centrifugal forces, this article discusses independent and inclusive effects of thermal expansion and shaft attachment techniques on structural integrity of the machines. A comparative analysis of structural performance of IMs and SRMs has also been performed, under a range of scenarios, to facilitate application-specific machine selection from a structural perspective.
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