Torque Enhancement of Switched Reluctance Motor with Teethed Stator Pole

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Switched Reluctance motors are very demanding among all type of motor due to its simple construction. Feedback circuit (control circuit) and design of Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM) require information of its parameters, like inductance, flux linkage and torque. High torque, high reliability and cheap manufacturing cost are the attractive features of the SR motors. In this paper we have simulated SR motor with initial design, teethed stator pole and multi-teethed stator pole using COMSOL multi-physics CAD software. We have plotted inductance profile and static torque characteristics which shows that the static torque characteristics has peak value with sharp reduction in torque in intermediate position with teethed stator pole, that can be overcome by using multi-teeth stator pole with compromising in maximum torque.




Bajpai*, D., Jogi *, V. K., & Nigam, M. K. (2020). Torque Enhancement of Switched Reluctance Motor with Teethed Stator Pole. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(5), 1257–1263.

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