Thermal Modelling of Electric Machines

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The presented work describes an electric, magnetic and thermal analysis of a synchronous motor to permanent magnet and intended axial flux to cooling.
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Moez Hadj Kacem was born in Sfax (Tunisia). He received his Master and Ph.D.’s diploma in Electric Engineering from the National School of Engeneers of Sfax-Tunisia in 2007 and 2013 respectively. He is currently associate professor on the Higher Institute of Industrial Management and Councillor lear...

Souhir Tounsi was born in Sfax (Tunisia). He received his Engineering Diploma, Doctorat and the Habilitation in Electric Engineering from the National School of Engeneers of Sfax-Tunisia in 2000, 2001 and 2006 respectively. He is currently Professor in the Department of electrical Engineering of Elec...

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Overheated electric machines have a considerable impact on the active parts that constitute their life span. This is why it is important to know the distribution of temperatures that they undergo. Besides, the association of machines with the static converters became classic but contributes to the increase of losses. It is therefore just as important to determine their contribution to the system’s warming-up. 

The presented work describes an electric, magnetic and thermal analysis of a synchronous motor to permanent magnet and intended axial flux to cooling using the node method are elaborated. Results of simulations served to us validate models in various working conditions.

  1. Thermal Characterization Method of the Electric Motors 
    1. Introduction 
    2. Problem Description 
    3. Thermal Analysis and Management of Electric Machine 
    4. Thermal Effects of Using Different Impregnation Materials 
    5. Thermal modeling of electrical machinery 
    6. Conclusion 
  2. Thermal Modeling of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine for Electric Vehicle 
    1. Introduction 
    2. Objective 
    3. Structure of the motor 
    4. Choice of modeling method 
    5. Motor thermal model 
    6. Simulations results 
    7. Conclusion