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Optimisation de Gammes: Application à la Conception des Machines Synchrones à Concentration de Flux

Abstract : The works of this thesis concern the ranges optimization for radial synchronous machines conception. At first, a multiphysical sizing model dedicated to optimization was developed for every retained machine for our study. An analytical model for distributed winding structure and a semi-analytical model with network reluctances for concetrated winding motors. Secondly, we validated the models by comparison with the experimental mesures. The range aspect of the study forced us to make this validation on various machines and for various operating points. A first phase of classic optimization, which is realized due to the coupling of the models with a gradient based determinist method showed the possibility to optimize the motors. An original approach of range optimization based on the components sharing was developed. Its application on a series of motors showed that, the optimal discretization of steel sheets in a given diameter is a function of the motor speed.
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Bill Sesanga N'Tshuika. Optimisation de Gammes: Application à la Conception des Machines Synchrones à Concentration de Flux. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. Université de Grenoble, 2011. Français. ⟨tel-00627024⟩

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