This work provides an in-depth critical analysis related to the feasibility of combining multi three-phase winding layouts with the ever-spreading hairpin technology. After an introduction on the advantages and challenges of both hairpin and multi-phase windings, more details on how these two technologies can be combined are provided. Then two similar stator geometries, with 72 and 96 slots, are analyzed in detail exploiting an 8 poles permanent magnet - assisted synchronous reluctance motor for traction applications. A relevant set of feasible winding configurations are modelled and analyzed through finite element simulations. For every machine, a breakdown of the power losses is provided and compared against that of the same machine topologies having random-wound windings with stranded round conductors. The main results and possible solutions to increase the machine performance are then provided.

Multi three-phase hairpin windings for high-speed electrical machine: Possible implementations

Pastura M.
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2021

Abstract

This work provides an in-depth critical analysis related to the feasibility of combining multi three-phase winding layouts with the ever-spreading hairpin technology. After an introduction on the advantages and challenges of both hairpin and multi-phase windings, more details on how these two technologies can be combined are provided. Then two similar stator geometries, with 72 and 96 slots, are analyzed in detail exploiting an 8 poles permanent magnet - assisted synchronous reluctance motor for traction applications. A relevant set of feasible winding configurations are modelled and analyzed through finite element simulations. For every machine, a breakdown of the power losses is provided and compared against that of the same machine topologies having random-wound windings with stranded round conductors. The main results and possible solutions to increase the machine performance are then provided.
Proceedings - 2021 IEEE Workshop on Electrical Machines Design, Control and Diagnosis, WEMDCD 2021
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Pastura M.; Barater D.; Nuzzo S.; Franceschini G.
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