%0 Journal Article
%T Multi-Objective Optimization of Surface-Mounted PM Machines Using an Analytical Model for the Pole-Shifting Method
%J Nashriyyah -i Muhandisi -i Barq va Muhandisi -i Kampyutar -i Iran
%I Iranian Research Institute for Electrical Engineering
%Z 16823745
%A V. Zamani Faradonbe
%A S. Taghipour Boroujeni
%D 1395
%\ 1395/06/31
%V 2
%N 14
%P 128-134
%! Multi-Objective Optimization of Surface-Mounted PM Machines Using an Analytical Model for the Pole-Shifting Method
%K Analytical modeling
pole-shifting
cogging torque
multi-objective optimization
flux density
harmonic spectrum
%X In the presented work an analytical model is developed for the pole-shifting method in the surface-mounted PM machine at no-load condition. The machine cogging torque and the harmonic spectrum of the air gap flux density are most no-load indexes of the machine performance. It is shown that, although, the pole-shifting reduces the machine cogging torque; it destroyed the half-odd symmetry in the PMs and produces even harmonics in the air gap flux density. The even harmonics of the air gap flux density, results in undesired torque pulsations. Using the developed analytical model and the direct search method a multi-objective optimization is carried out for the machine cogging torque and the total harmonic distortion of the air gap flux density. Since, the considered variables are not in a same unite; a normalized technique is applied. Finally, the developed model and the obtained results are verified by finite element analysis.
%U http://rimag.ir/fa/Article/28175