MAGNETIC GEARING ELECTROMAGNETIC CONCEPTS
Keywords:magnetic gear, permanent magnet generator, wind power, eletromagnetic concepts, cogging torque
In this paper the magnetic geared machines electromagnetic concepts are introduced. The magnetic gear modulation mechanism which becomes possible rotors of different polarities produce torque is explained, through the use analytical expressions and plots obtained by finite elements method. This pedagogical approach is a way to teach the subject in a more understandable way and, at the same time, it reinforces the application of electromagnetic concepts. Further, a magnetic geared generator is simulated and no-load EMFs and torques are analyzed.
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