his book deals with the analysis, construction, design, control and applications of AFPM machines. The authors present their own research results, as well as significant research contributions made by others.
Growing interest in new topologies of permanent magnet (PM) brushless machines has prompted the authors to update the first edition of Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Brushless Machines. In this second edition new sections (non–overlap concentrated coil windings, rotor dynamics, miniature axial flux PM motors, in–wheel motors), new examples of applications and more numerical examples have been added. On request of engineers involved in axial flux PM motors technology, a CD with all numerical examples solvedin Mathcad has been attached.
This monograph will be of interest to electrical engineers and other engineers involved in the design and application of AFPM brushless machine drives. It will be an important resource for researchers and graduate students in the field of electrical machine and drives.