B.tech final year project report

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nimmi johnson
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Abstract

With rapid electrification of transportation , it is becoming increasingly important to have a comprehensive understanding of criteria used in motor selection.For that design and comparative evaluation of interior permanent magnet synchronous motor ,induction motor and switched reluctance motor are needed.A fast finite element analysis (FEA) modeling approach is addressed for induction motor design.Optimal turn off and turn on angles with current chopping control and angular position control are found for Switched Reluctance Motors (SRM).Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH) analysis are done using workbench ANSYS analysis.Simulation and analytical results show that each motor topology demonstrates its own unique characteristics for Electric Vehicle / Hybrid Electric Vehicle.Each motor's highest efficiency is located at different torque-speed regions for the criteria defined.Stator geometry ,pole/slot combination and control strategy differentiate Noise Vibration and Harshness performance.

B.tech final year project report