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Synchronous motors linear, cylindrical and spherical with permanent magnets or excited

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The paper deals with the problem of electromagnetic field analysis for linear, cylindrical and spherical electrome-chanical converters at synchronous state of work. There are considered synchronous motor with windings on moving part (rotor, carriage) and with permanent magnets thereon. The electromagnetic field is determined analytically with the help of separation method proposed for each problem. The boundary conditions are formulated for electromechanical converters linear, cylindrical and spherically shaped. The results obtained can be used as benchmark for electromagnetic field numerical analysis and force/torque calculations.
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  • Electrical Engineering Faculty, Silesian University of Technology,. 10 Akademicka St., 44-100 Gliwice, Poland,
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