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Título : Influence of PM Coating on PM Magnetization State Estimation Methods Based on Magnetoresistive Effect
Autor : Daniel, Fernandez
David, Reigosa
Juan Manuel, Guerrero
Zi-Qiang, Zhu
Fernando, Briz
Fecha de publicación : 16-feb-2017
Editorial : IEEE
Resumen : Variable flux PMSMs (VF-PMSMs) are gaining importance, especially in automotive applications. The use of such machines will require the development of methods to estimate the permanent magnet (PM) magnetization state. PM magnetization state estimation methods reported in literature include BEMF and high frequency signal injection. One advantage of high frequency signal injection methods is that they can operate over the whole speed range, with practically no interference with the regular operation of the machine. Magnetization estimation using high frequency injection relies on the variation of the d-axis high frequency inductance with the saturation produced by the magnets. Alternatively, the changes of the magnet electrical resistance due to the magnetoresistive effect can also be used for this purpose. These methods have been tested with different materials, including NdFeB, AlNiCo and SmCo magnets. NdFeB magnets are usually protected from oxidation using NiCuNi coating. However, NiCuNi also shows magnetoresistance effect, and can affect therefore the performance of the method when used with magnets having NiCuNi coating. This paper studies the effects of PM coating on the performance magnetization estate estimation by means of high frequency signal using the magnetoresistance effect. The analysis will include NdFeB, AlNiCo and SmCo magnets
URI : https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/8308
ISBN : 978-1-5090-0737-0
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