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    Title: 小型永磁式風力發電機之設計與研製
    Design and Implementation of Small Permanent Magnet Synchronous Wind-Turbin e Generator
    Authors: 黃坤元(Kun-Yuan Huang)
    李家慶(Jia-Ching Lee)
    Keywords: 小型永磁式同步風力發電機
    small permanent magnet synchronous wind-turbine generator
    cogging torque
    finite-element analysis
    Date: 2008-09-05
    Issue Date: 2010-03-02 15:01:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文主旨為一小型永磁式同步風力發電機進行開發研
    Visual Basic 6.0 撰寫發電機設計程式,再將設計軟體所得的
    規格參數以Flux 2D 有限元素軟體建立模型與分析,另外,
    This paper is to develop a small permanent magnet
    synchronous wind-turbine generator (PMSWTG). The
    mathematics model of PMWTSG is formulated firstly and then a
    program is built by Visual Basic 6.0 to circumvent the problem
    of calculation mistake by human. In addition, the simulation
    software FLUX 2D is applied to setup the electromagnetic field
    model and analyses by finite-element analysis method.
    Furthermore, the cogging torque issue is also discussed in the
    paper. Finally, the PMSG model is implemented and tested to
    demonstrate practicability the proposed approach.
    Relation: 台灣電子電力研討會暨展覽會
    Appears in Collections:[電機工程系所 ] 2008第七屆台灣電力電子研討會暨展覽會

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