|Raphaël Pile; Guillaume Parent; Emile Devillers; Thomas Henneron; Yvonnick Le Menach; Jean Le Besnerais; Jean-Philippe Lecointe
|Accepted: IEEE 18th Biennial Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computations (CEFC2018) to be held in Hangzhou, China, October 28-31, 2018
|Maxwell Tensor, Magnetic pressure, Electrical machines, Magneto-mechanical, Vibration
In an electrical machine, the Maxwell Tensor is widely used to compute global forces or local pressure along a surface in the air. This communication proposes to highlight the limits of the method with an academic case of slotless stator and rotor. In particular an analytic demonstration shows the existence of coefficients depending on the geometry and the wavenumber between the application of the Maxwell Tensor in the air-gap and the stator magnetic pressure.
The one page digest can be found here:
Application Limits of the Airgap Maxwell Tensor
The poster can be found here: