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|Title:||Cogging torque minimization for small spindle motor through reduced-order finite element optimization|
|Authors:||Jabbar, M.A. |
|Citation:||Jabbar, M.A.,Aye, W.L.,Azeman, A.B. (2002). Cogging torque minimization for small spindle motor through reduced-order finite element optimization. Digests of the Intermag Conference : AU06-. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||The cogging torque minimization for small spindle motor through reduced-order finite element optimization is discussed. Reduced-order finite element formulation reduces computation time by extrapolating a new solution of vector potential A from a solution set previously obtained when small changes to magnet parameters are made in the optimization iteration process. The computation is faster as it involves lower order matrix computation. The A values are then used to obtain the torque value and the process repeated until a combination of magnet parameters is found to minimize the cogging torque.|
|Source Title:||Digests of the Intermag Conference|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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