[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP170102288]
Prof Muhammed Rahman
Asst Prof Bulent Sarlioglu
Dr Howard Lovatt
Brief description High-speed interior permanent magnet synchronous machines. This project aims to develop a permanent magnet machine for high speed operation (more than 50,000 rpm). A high-speed interior permanent magnet machine will solve some of the complex constructional and sensor-less control issues related to high-speed drive systems. This project will develop permanent magnet machines with simple constructional features, reduced use of costly rare earth materials, inherent sensor-less control capability and flux-weakening. These machines are expected to be used in many global growth sectors including aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, energy generation and storage.
Funding Amount $478,500
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects
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