Transverse Flux Permanent Magnet Generator 531 4 Sizing As aforementioned, the main objective of this work was to develop a model for a rotating electrical generator capable of operating at low speeds, allowing the conversion of ocean wave mechanical energy into electrical energy …
Published in: doctoral conference on computing, electrical and industrial systems · 2011Authors: Jose Lima · Anabela Pronto · Mario NevesAffiliation: Universidade Nova De LisboaAbout: Finite element method
A force-dense and very efficient direct drive transverse flux generator aimed for wave power applications is being developed at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.
The electrical power, supplied by low speed mechanical movement, requires the use of electrical machinery capable of generating high amounts of torque. Among the analyzed topologies, the one selected for further study was the Transverse Flux Permanent Magnet machine (TFPM).
Transverse Flux Permanent Magnet Generator 539 conversion of ocean wave mechanical energy into electrical energy to be supplied to the main grid. A single-phase TFPM prototype model capable of generating an output of 10 kW was designed. It was considered an average angular frequency of 150 rpm
type permanent magnet linear synchronous generator for wave energy conversion. The proposed design approach is based on response surface methodology and three-dimensional (3D) static analysis. First, the basic structure and operational principle of the proposed model used for wave energy conversion are described.
Published in: international conference on electrical machines and systems · 2013Authors: Ryuji Watanabe · Jungseob Shin · Takafumi Koseki · Houngjoong KimAffiliation: University of TokyoAbout: Direct energy conversion · Response surface methodology · Finite element method
transverse flux permanent magnet machines) and investigating generator constructions that result in cheaper generators. Keywords: Linear generator systems, permanent magnet generators, ocean wave energy. 1 Introduction The objective of this paper is to give a short review of linear generator systems for wave energy conversion and
Design and Optimization of a Novel Hybrid Transverse / Longitudinal Flux, Wound-Field Linear Machine for Ocean Wave Energy Conversion J. Vining, T.A. Lipo, G. Venkataramanan
Abstract: The archimedes wave swing (AWS) is a system that converts ocean wave energy into electric energy. The goal of the research described in this paper is to identify the most suitable generator type for this application. Of the conventional generator types, the three-phase permanent-magnet
The paper also proposes a new transverse-flux permanent-magnet generator topology that could be suitable for this application. This new double double-sided TFPM generator has flux concentrators, magnets, and conductors on the stator, while the translator only consists of iron.
18 Lei Huang, Haitao Yu, Minqiang Hu, Jing Zhao, Zhiguang Cheng, A Novel Flux-Switching Permanent-Magnet Linear Generator for Wave Energy Extraction Application, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2011, 47, 5, 1034CrossRef
Published in: International Journal of Energy Research · 2006Authors: Oskar Danielsson · Mikael Eriksson · Mats LeijonAffiliation: Uppsala UniversityAbout: Numerical analysis · Finite element method · Design methods · Engineering design pr…
Modern energy demands led the scientific community to renewable energy sources, such as ocean wave energy. The present work describes a model for a cost efficient rotary electrical generator, optimized for ocean wave energy conversion. The electrical …
modeling of linear permanent magnet (PM) generator topologies for wave energy conversion. Three different topologies are proposed and developed using different design configuration and are compared with conventional topology for validation purpose. Mathematical model is developed for each topology based on its geometry.
PERMANENT MAGNET AIR-CORED TUBULAR LINEAR GENERATOR FOR MARINE ENERGY CONVERTERS N. J. Baker (l), M. A. machine is in direct drive marine energy conversion systems, where speeds are typically in the region of 0.5 m/s. as the Transverse Flux Machine (TFM) and its variant the Vernier Hybrid Machine (VHM) have been investigated
A new type of tubular machine in modular construction that can work either like motor or generator is presented in the paper. It belongs to the transverse flux machines class and operates based on the variable reluctance principle.
Abstract—The archimedes wave swing (AWS) is a system that converts ocean wave energy into electric energy. The goal of the research described in this paper is to identify the most suitable generator type for this application. Of the conventional generator types, the three-phase permanent-magnet