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Publikācija: Efficiency Estimation for Permanent Magnets of Synchronous Wind Generators

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Title in original language Efficiency Estimation for Permanent Magnets of Synchronous Wind Generators
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Authors Alberts Serebrjakovs
Nikolajs Levins
Alvis Sokolovs
Edmunds Kamoliņš
Keywords Efficiency, Permanent magnets, Reliability, Tangential orientation, Wind generator (WG)
Abstract Application of wind generators opens wide possibilities for raising the efficiency of low- and medium-power wind generators (WGs). The mass of generators in the proposed version is smaller, their reliability higher, while maintenance costs are lower. At the same time, the use of high-energy permanent magnets in generators of enhanced power comes up against some obstacles, which can be overcome through proper orientation of magnetization at creation of a magnetic field in the airgap of electrical machine. In this regard, it might be preferable to use magnets with indirect action on the airgap instead of those with direct action. A convincing example of the former variant is a generator with tangentially oriented magnetization of permanent magnets. In the work, an attempt is done to prove the advantages of such installation in modern low- and medium-power WGs.
DOI: 10.2478/lpts-2014-0003
Hyperlink: https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/lpts.2014.51.issue-1/lpts-2014-0003/lpts-2014-0003.xml 
Reference Serebrjakovs, A., Levins, N., Sokolovs, A., Kamoliņš, E. Efficiency Estimation for Permanent Magnets of Synchronous Wind Generators. Latvian Journal of Physics and Technical Sciences, 2014, Vol.51, No.1, pp.21-31. ISSN 0868-8257. Available from: doi:10.2478/lpts-2014-0003
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