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Motor
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Signal
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Test Bench
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Motor
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Sensorless Circuit for Brushless DC Motor using Third Harmonic back Electromotive Force

Third Harmonic Back EMF method is chosen to operate brushless DC motors. The designed circuit drive is able to launch, detect position and control the motor speed and in case the rotor shaft is locked, the motor stops automatically and then starts up.

Link to the paper:

Design and Construction of a Sensorless Circuit for Brushless DC Motor using Third Harmonic back Electromotive Force (ije.ir)

Two Phase Hybrid Switched Reluctance Motor/Field-Assisted Generator

Third Harmonic Back EMF method is chosen to operate brushless DC motors. The designed circuit drive is able to launch, detect position and control the motor speed and in case the rotor shaft is locked, the motor stops automatically and then starts up.

Link to the paper:

[PDF] A Novel Two Phase Hybrid Switched Reluctance Motor/Field-Assisted Generator: Concept, Simulation, and Experimental Confirmation | Semantic Scholar

Generator Housing
Generator Housing

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Motor/Generator Assembly
Motor/Generator Assembly

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motor generator
motor generator

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Generator Housing
Generator Housing

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Three Phase Seven Layer Switch Reluctance Motor (SLSRM)

This motor consists of seven magnetically independent stator layers, in which each layer includes a set of 4 by 4 stator/rotor poles. In this SLSRM, the three layers are energized together to produce high torque and also decrease the torque ripple in comparison with the one layer conventional SRM

Link to the paper:

Analytical Design and FEM Verification of a Novel Three-Phase Seven Layers Switched Reluctance Motor (jpier.org)

Septi-segment Switched Reluctance Machine 

A novel magnetically isolated phase structure for switched reluctance motor, namely, as Septi-Segment SRM (SSSRM), which is proper for high torque/volume and with lowest leakage flux in different fields of industries. The SSSRM contains seven stator layers that are isolated from each other magnetically, also each of them include an assembly of 4/4 stator/rotor poles

Link to the paper:

Septi‐segment switched reluctance machine: design, modeling, and manufacturing - Siadatan - 2016 - International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems - Wiley Online Library

Assem motor 7-1
Assem motor 7-1

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Assem motor 7
Assem motor 7

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Assem motor 7-1
Assem motor 7-1

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Rotor
Rotor

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Full assembly
Full assembly

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6*4
6*4

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Rotor
Rotor

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6/4 Double Layer Motor and Generator

The most important point of the presented SRM/G is its ability to work in both motoring and generating modes, which leads to hybrid operation. 

Link to the paper:

Design, simulation and experimental results for a novel type of two-layer 6/4 three-phase switched reluctance motor/generator - ScienceDirect 

 8/6 two layer Switched Reluctance Motor/field-assisted generator

A configuration for a switched reluctance machine that consists of two magnetically stator and rotor layers, where each stator set includes eight salient poles with windings wrapped around them, while the rotor comprises of six salient poles with different arc lengths and no windings. This motor includes the two sets are connected dependently. In this connection the stator poles in each layer can have both North and South Pole configurations

Link to the paper:

Modeling, simulation and analysis of a novel two layer 8/6 hybrid Switched Reluctance Motor/field-assisted generator | IEEE Conference Publication | IEEE Xplore

8*6 Motor and generator
8*6 Motor and generator

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8*6
8*6

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Double Layer 8*6
Double Layer 8*6

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8*6 Motor and generator
8*6 Motor and generator

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Full assembly
Full assembly

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Assembly Centered
Assembly Centered

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4*2 with Driver
4*2 with Driver

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Full assembly
Full assembly

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4/2 Two phase SR Motor

A two phase SR motor configuration with a high starting torque, and the achievement of using centrifugal switch for fast turn-on time advancements. 
The fast acting switch will cause the motor to have a larger overlap area between rotor and stator poles at the beginning; hence the stating torque will be higher than
a regular SR motor.

Link to the paper:

A Stepped Two Phase Configuration for Switched Reluctance Motor with High Starting Torque | Request PDF (researchgate.net)

12/8 field-assisted Switched Reluctance Generator

A 12/8 field-assisted Switched Reluctance Generator (SRG) modeled to figure out its characteristics, then simulation analysis is carried out using 3 dimensional Finite Element Method (FEM). Meanwhile, the output voltage of this SRG is extracted employing simulation data and curve fitting techniques. Finally, experimental analysis is performed to validate the state of art in the following paper

Link to the paper:

Modeling and analysis of a 12/8 field-assisted Switched Reluctance Generator | IEEE Conference Publication | IEEE Xplore

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motor

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assem-12-8-2
assem-12-8-2

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assem-12-8-11
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motor

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QSSRM complete assembly
QSSRM complete assembly

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Rotor Set
Rotor Set

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Primary Stator
Primary Stator

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QSSRM complete assembly
QSSRM complete assembly

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Quintuple-Set Switched Reluctance Motor (QSSRM)

A quintuple-set switched reluctance motor (QSSRM) for high torque/ripples and high torque/volume applications.

The experimental results and comparative study validate the proposed design operation. The test results indicate that the proposed structure offers an enhanced performance in terms of higher torque density.

Link to the paper:

Magnetic Modeling, Prototyping, and Comparative Study of a Quintuple-Set Switched Reluctance Motor | Request PDF (researchgate.net)