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  • A Novel Type of Hybrid Reluctance Motor Drive

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    IEEE transactions on industrial electronics
    Vol. 61, num. 8, p. 4337-4345
    DOI: 10.1109/TIE.2013.2279384
    Date of publication: 2014-08-01
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    In this paper, a novel type of hybrid reluctance motor (HRM) drive is presented. This new motor is characterized by a stator formed by a combination of independent magnetic structures, each one composed of an electromagnet, the magnetic core with one or several coils wound on it, associated with a permanent magnet disposed between their poles. The rotor has the same configuration of a switched reluctance motor (SRM) without any coil, magnets, or squirrel cage. A particular case of this HRM, with three electromagnets with permanent magnets in the stator and five salient poles in the rotor, is studied. The motor is then analyzed and simulated. Finally, experimental results are given, and this type of motor drive is compared with the SRM drives of the same size. This new type of HRM does not present cogging torque and has higher power and efficiency than an SRM of the same size.

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    Fractional-slot permanent magnet synchronous generator for low voltage applications  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio
    Electrical Engineering Electronic Journal
    Vol. 1, num. 2
    Date of publication: 2013-07-01
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    This paper considers the implementation and application of a small direct drive fractional-slot permanent magnet synchronous generator for low voltages applications in distributed generation. Finite element analysis of the generator is performed and the results are compared with those obtained by test

    This paper considers the implementation and application of a small direct drive fractional-slot permanent magnet synchronous generator for low voltages applications in distributed generation. Finite element analysis of the generator is performed and the results are compared with those obtained by test

  • Novel type of hybrid reluctance motor drive

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    IEEE transactions on industrial electronics
    Date of publication: 2013-08-21
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    In this paper a novel type of hybrid reluctance motor drive is presented. This new motor is characterized by a stator formed by a combination of independent magnetic structures, each one composed of an electromagnet, the magnetic core with one or several coils wound on it, associated with a permanent magnet disposed between their poles. The rotor has the same configuration of a switched reluctance motor without any coil, magnets or squirrel cage. A particular case of this hybrid reluctance motor, with three electromagnets with permanent magnets in the stator and five salient poles in the rotor, is studied. The motor is then analyzed and simulated. Finally, experimental results are given and this type of motor drive is compared with switched reluctance motor drives of the same size. This new type of hybrid reluctance motor does not present cogging torque and has higher power and efficiency than a switched reluctance motor of the same size.

    In this paper a novel type of hybrid reluctance motor drive is presented. This new motor is characterized by a stator formed by a combination of independent magnetic structures, each one composed of an electromagnet, the magnetic core with one or several coils wound on it, associated with a permanent magnet disposed between their poles. The rotor has the same configuration of a switched reluctance motor without any coil, magnets or squirrel cage. A particular case of this hybrid reluctance motor, with three electromagnets with permanent magnets in the stator and five salient poles in the rotor, is studied. The motor is then analyzed and simulated. Finally, experimental results are given and this type of motor drive is compared with switched reluctance motor drives of the same size. This new type of hybrid reluctance motor does not present cogging torque and has higher power and efficiency than a switched reluctance motor of the same size

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    Electric drives for light e-scooters  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio
    Renewable Energy and Power Quality Journal
    Vol. 11, num. March 2013, p. 471-1-471-5
    Date of publication: 2013-03-28
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    In the next years is expected an important rise in sales of electrical scooters in the entire world but especially in China. In order to address this challenge the electric scooter industry has to be more competitive in the transportation market and therefore important improvements, in terms of energy density and costs, have to be done in the electric storage system and in the electric propulsion system. In this paper, an analytical and experimental comparison of two different drives for electric scooters is carried out. Both are permanent magnet synchronous outer rotor motor drives but one placed inside the rear wheel and the other connected to the wheel trough a mechanical transmission.

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    Fractional-slot permanent magnet synchronous generator for low voltage applications  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio
    Spanish-Portuguese Conference on Electrical Engineering
    p. 169-1-169-5
    Presentation's date: 2013-07-04
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    This paper considers the implementation and application of a small direct drive fractional-slot permanent magnet synchronous generator for low voltages applications in distributed generation. Finite element analysis of the generator is performed and the results are compared with those obtained by test.

    This paper considers the implementation and application of a small direct drive fractional-slot permanent magnet synchronous generator for low voltages applications in distributed generation. Finite element analysis of the generator is performed and the results are compared with those obtained by test.

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    Electric drives for e-light e-scooters  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio
    International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality
    p. 471-1-471-5
    Presentation's date: 2013-03-21
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    In the next years is expected an important rise in sales of electrical scooters in the entire world but especially in China. In order to address this challenge the electric scooter industry has to be more competitive in the transportation market and therefore important improvements, in terms of energy density and costs, have to be done in the electric storage system and in the electric propulsion system. In this paper, an analytical and experimental comparison of two different drives for electric scooters is carried out. Both are permanent magnet synchronous outer rotor motor drives but one placed inside the rear wheel and the other connected to the wheel trough a mechanical transmission

    In the next years is expected an important rise in sales of electrical scooters in the entire world but especially in China. In order to address this challenge the electric scooter industry has to be more competitive in the transportation market and therefore important improvements, in terms of energy density and costs, have to be done in the electric storage system and in the electric propulsion system. In this paper, an analytical and experimental comparison of two different drives for electric scooters is carried out. Both are permanent magnet synchronous outer rotor motor drives but one placed inside the rear wheel and the other connected to the wheel trough a mechanical transmission.

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    Environmental and life cycle cost analysis of one switched reluctance motor drive and two inverter-fed induction motor drives  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    IET electric power applications
    Vol. 6, num. 7, p. 390-398
    DOI: 10.1049/iet-epa.2011.0320
    Date of publication: 2012-08
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    Herein is described an environmental and life cycle cost (LCC) analysis of one switched reluctance motor (SRM) drive and two inverter-fed induction motor (IM) drives. The two types of drives are compared based on critical reasoning, and European Commission (EC) Regulation 640/2009 is considered. Environmental impact and LCC were evaluated according the Methodology for the Ecodesign of Energy-Using Products and accounting different operation conditions. The SRM drive was found to have less environmental impact than were the IM drives

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    Assessing the environmental impact of induction motors using manufacturer's data and life cycle analysis  Open access

     Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Andrada Gascon, Pedro
    IET electric power applications
    Vol. 6, num. 8, p. 473-483
    DOI: 10.1049/iet-epa.2012.0021
    Date of publication: 2012-09
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    Herein is reported development and testing of a life cycle analysis (LCA) procedure for assessing the environmental impact of induction motors. The operating conditions of a given industrial application are defined by the mechanical power required, operating hours and service life of the three-phase induction motor involved. Based on manufacturer’s data mainly,different three-phase induction motors for various sets of operating conditions, including oversizing, have been selected. To quantify the environmental impact of each motor, the Methodology for the Ecodesign of Energy Using Products (MEEUP) was applied, according to the quantity of each of the motor’s main constituent materials used in the production phase, and to the two operating variables that directly influence the LCA results: output power and efficiency. The procedure was applied to different three-phase induction motors representing two efficiency categories (IE1 and IE2) and considering different oversizing possibilities. The total environmental impact of each motor was determined based on the production, service life and end-of-life phases. The best motor option was identified for different operating conditions. Given the potential for energy savings in electric motors, LCA-based environmental impact assessment should be performed when different motors are being evaluated for a given industrial application.

  • Máquina eléctrica híbrida de reluctancia

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Avila Cusiacanqui, Oscar Rolando; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Adelantado Perez, Jose Maria
    Date of request: 2012-08-03
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    New hybrid reluctance motor drive  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    International Conference on Electrical Machines
    p. 2689-2694
    DOI: 10.1109/ICElMach.2012.6350266
    Presentation's date: 2012-09-03
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    In this paper a new type of hybrid reluctance motor drive is presented. This new motor is characterized by a stator formed by the combination of independent magnetic structures composed of an electromagnet, the magnetic core with one or several coils wound on it, associated with a permanent magnet disposed between their poles. The rotor has the same configuration of a switched reluctance motor without coils, without magnets and without squirrel cages. A particular case of this hybrid reluctance motor is studied in which the stator consists of three electromagnets with permanent magnets, constituting each one of them one phase of the motor, and the rotor is formed by five salient poles. Then an analysis and simulation of the motor is carried out. Finally, experimental results and a comparison of this type of motor drive with respect switched reluctance motor drives of the same size are shown.

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    Life cycle analysis on the design of induction motors  Open access

     Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Andrada Gascon, Pedro
    International journal of life cycle assessment
    Vol. 17, num. 1, p. 1-8
    DOI: 10.1007/s11367-011-0332-4
    Date of publication: 2011-09-06
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    Purpose Herein is reported an application of life cycle analysis (LCA), using the Methodology for the Ecodesign of Energy Using Products (MEEUP), in order to assess the influence of some design parameters in the environmental impact of three-phase induction motors. A motor design procedure to minimize the total environmental impact, based on data obtained from commercial motors, is presented. This procedure is specially intended for the low power range due to the greater potential for energy savings in motors having an output power of 0.75 to 4 kW. Methods A procedure has been developed, based on previously acquired data, to determine the parameters required for application of the MEEUP methodology. These comprise the quantity of each of the motor's main constituent materials used in the production phase, and the two operating variables that directly influence the LCA results: output power and efficiency. Results and discussion The procedure was applied to two 1.5 kW induction motors of different efficiency (according to standard IEC60034-2-1). The calculation results were compared satisfactorily with the laboratory test results. The total environmental impact of the two real motors and of the proposed motor was determined in the production, service life, and end-of-life phases.

  • Premi "Unión de asociaciones" del concurs d'artícles ¿Revista Técnica Industrial 2009¿.

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
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    Method for estimating core losses in switched reluctance motors  Open access

     Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio
    European transactions on electrical power
    Vol. 21, num. 1, p. 757-771
    DOI: 10.1002/etep.475
    Date of publication: 2010-07-12
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    The prediction of switched reluctance motor (SRM) performance requires knowledge of core losses. However, the calculation of iron losses in SRM is especially complex first because the flux waveforms are nonsinusoidal and different parts of the magnetic circuit have different waveforms and second because they are conditioned by the type of control used. This study proposes an analytical method for calculating core losses that comprises simulation of the SRM using finite element analysis to determine the magnetization curves, and SRM modeling, which enables transient simulations with the associated electronic power converter run under different control strategies. The flux density waveforms in the different parts of the SRM are derived from the flux density waveform of the stator pole that is obtained from the transient simulation. The specific core losses (in W/kg) are separated into three parts (hysteresis losses, classical eddy current losses and excess losses) and calculated using the waveforms and time derivatives of the local flux density. The core losses for each part of the SRM’s magnetic circuit can be estimated using the calculated values for specific hysteresis losses, specific classical eddy current losses and specific excess losses for each zone. Adding these individual losses yields the total core losses. The method was applied to three-phase 6/4 SRM, and the calculated results were compared with experimentally obtained measurements.

  • Determinación del rendimiento en motores de inducción trifásicos según la Norma IEC 60034-2-1

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Técnica industrial
    Vol. 282, p. 36-41
    Date of publication: 2009
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    Comparison of environmental and life cycle impact of switched reluctance motor drive and inverter-fed induction motor  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Renewable Energy and Power Quality Journal
    Vol. April 2009, num. 2009, p. 319-1-319-5
    Date of publication: 2009-04
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    This paper compares the environmental and life cycle impact of one switched reluctance motor (SRM) drive and two inverter-fed induction motor (IM) drives. The study was carried out according to the Directive on the Ecodesign of Energy-Using Products (EuP 2005/32/EC) and following the Methodology for the Ecodesign of Energy-Using Products (MEEUP). The following base-case models were used: an IM (Eff3), an IM (Eff1) and an 8/6 SRM. All of these base-case models are rated at 1.5 kW of output power and are considered to be representative of the low-power range. The analysis shows that SRM drive has a lower environmental impact than the IM drives and offers a high savings potential, comparable to, or even greater than that of the IM (Eff1) in the use phase.

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    Comparison of Environmental and Life Cycle Impact of a Switched Reluctance Motor Drive and Inverter-fed induction Motor Drives  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality
    p. 1-5
    Presentation's date: 2009-04-16
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    This paper compares the environmental and life cycle impact of one switched reluctance motor (SRM) drive and two inverter-fed induction motor (IM) drives. The study was carried out according to the Directive on the Ecodesign of Energy-Using Products (EuP 2005/32/EC) and following the Methodology for the Ecodesign of Energy-Using Products (MEEUP). The following base-case models were used: an IM (Eff3), an IM (Eff1) and an 8/6 SRM. All of these base-case models are rated at 1.5 kW of output power and are considered to be representative of the low-power range. The analysis shows that SRM drive has a lower environmental impact than the IM drives and offers a high savings potential, comparable to, or even greater than that of the IM (Eff1) in the use phase.

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    Switched Reluctance Motor Drive for 42V Electric Power Steering  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Spanish Portuguese Conference on Electrical Engineering
    Presentation's date: 2009-07
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    In this paper, switched reluctance motors (SRM) are proposed as an alternative for electric power assisted steering (EPAS) applications. The new 42 V power voltage system is a very attractive design for a steering electric motor, both from a cost and size perspective. A four-phase 8/6 SRM drive is designed for a rack type EPAS which should provide a maximum force of 10 kN. Two-dimension finite element analysis is used to validate the design.

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    Switched Reluctance Motor for Electric Power-Assited Steering  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications
    p. 1-5
    Presentation's date: 2009-07
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    In this paper, switched reluctance motors (SRM) are proposed as an alternative for electric power assisted steering (EPAS) applications. The new 42 V power voltage system is a very attractive design for a steering electric motor, both from a cost and size perspective. A four-phase 8/6 SRM drive is designed for a rack type EPAS which should provide a maximum force of 10 kN. Two-dimension finite element analysis is used to validate the design.

  • SRM 8/6 (42V) EPAS Projecte Relasis

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Date: 2008-04
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  • Environmental and life cycle cost analisys of a switched reluctance motor

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio
    18th International Conference on Electrical Machines
    Presentation's date: 2008-09-09
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  • Environmental and life cycle cost analisys of a switched reluctance motor

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio
    18th International Conference on Electrical Machines
    p. 1-5
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  • La sostenibilitat i l'ensenyament dels accionaments elèctrics

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Congrés UPC Sostenible 2015
    p. 1-4
    Presentation's date: 2007-07-12
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  • La sostenibilitat i l'ensenyament dels accionaments elèctrics

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio
    Congrés UPC Sostenible 2015
    Presentation's date: 2007-07-12
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  • SRM 8/6 Simulació Final

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Andrada Gascon, Pedro
    Date: 2007-03
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  • Analisis de diferentes procedimientos y ensayos para la determinación del rendimiento en motores de inducción trifásicos

     Alvarez, Noelia; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Martinez Piera, Eusebio
    Full informatiu. Col·legi d'Enginyers Tècnics Industrials de Vilanova i la Geltrú
    p. 9-13
    Date of publication: 2007-11
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  • La sostenibilitat i l'ensenyament dels accionaments elèctrics

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Congrés UPC Sostenible 2015
    p. 47-50
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  • ACCIONAMENTS DE RELUCTANCIA AUTOCOMMUTATS TOLERANTS A FALTES PER A DIRECCIO ASSISTIDA PER AL FUTUR SISTEMA ELECTRIC DEL AUTOMOBIL

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio
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    Comparative efficiency of switched reluctance and induction motor drives for slowly varying loads  Open access

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio
    Renewable Energy and Power Quality Journal
    Vol. April 2006, num. 4, p. 445-1-445-2
    Date of publication: 2006-04
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    A current-controlled switched reluctance motor drive for a variable speed applications with efficiency optimization is presented. Firing angles are computed online, the turn-on is calculated by means of the rule of Bose, and the tur-off is calculated using the general theory of the optimal turn-off angle proposed by Gribble. In steady state operation, the initial selection of firing angles is fine-tuned by means of an algorithm that minimizes the input power of the drive. An efficiency and electrical energy consumption comparison with a commercial vector-controlled induction motor drive of the same size is also included. Experimental results show that the proposed switched reluctance motor drive is a good choice for applications that require slow varying loads and energy savings.

  • Informe de Recerca SRM 8/6 Disseny Final

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Date: 2006-07
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  • Accionamientos de Reluctancia Autoconmutados Tolerantes a Faltas para Dirección Asistida Eléctrica Adaptados al Futuro Sistema Eléctrico de 42 V

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Martinez Piera, Eusebio
    Date: 2006-02
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  • La Sostenibilidad i la Enseñanza de los Accionamientos Eléctricos

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    XVI Reunión de Grupos de Investigación de Ingeniería Eléctrica
    p. 1-10
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  • Comparative Efficiency of Switched Reluctance and Induction Motor Drives for Slowly Varying Loads

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio
    International Conference on Renewable Energies and Power Quality
    p. 1-7
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  • Introducción de Consideraciones Energéticas, Ambientales y Económicas en la Enseñanza de los Accionamientos Elécrtricos

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Congreso Universitario de Innovación Educativa en las Enseñanzas Técnicas
    p. 1-10
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  • Disseny Preliminar Motor Corrent Continu amb Escombretes per a Direcció Assistida

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Martinez Piera, Eusebio
    Date: 2005-05
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  • Informe Final Concepció i Desenvolupament de Nous Motors de Corrent Continu Sense Escombretes

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Date: 2005-12
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  • Los Accionamientos Eléctricos en el Plan de Estudios de Automática y Electrónica Industrial

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Congreso Universitario de Innovación Educativa en las Enseñanzas Técnicas
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  • Modelización, control y simulación de los motores de reluctancia autoconmutados

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    XIII reunión de grupos de investigación de ingeniería eléctrica
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  • Los Accionamientos Electricos en el Plan de Estudios de Automatica y Electronica Industrial

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Congreso Universitario de Innovación Educativa en las Enseñanzas Técnicas
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  • El motor de reluctancia autoconmutado, un competidor para los accionamientos eléctricos convencionales

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    XII Reunión de Grupos de Investigación en Ingeniería Eléctrica
    p. 1-6
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  • Procès de Càlcul

     Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio
    Date: 2002-02
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  • Performance comparison of switched reluctance motors with 6/4 and 12/8 magnetic structures

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    International Conference on Electrical Machines
    p. 23-26
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  • Accionamientos de reluctancia autoconmutados con perfil par-velocidad adaptable a distintos tipos de cargas industriales

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Castellana Méndez, Francesc
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  • Motores de Reluctancia Autoconmutados para aplicaciones con características mecánicas variables

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Torrent Burgues, Marcel; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio
    Seminario Anual de Automática, Electrónica Industrial e Instrumentación
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  • Segon informe, lliurament programa amb avaluació model

     Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Date: 2001-07
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  • Accionamiento de reluctancia para aplicaciones con un perfil par-velocidad variable

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Blanqué Molina, Balduino; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    VII Jornadas Hispano Lusas de Ingeniería Eléctrica
    p. 245-250
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  • Equipo electrónico para la caracterización magnética de motores de reluctancia autoconmutados

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Seminario Anual de Automática, Electrónica Industrial e Instrumentación
    p. 135-138
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  • Accionamientos de reluctancia autoconmutados

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    X Reunión de Grupos de Investigación en Ingeniería Eléctrica
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  • Experimental determination of magnetization curves of switched reluctance motors

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    International Conference on Electrical Machines
    p. 761-765
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  • Primer Informe, lliurament programa sense avaluació model.

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Date: 2000-08
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  • Experimental determination of magnetic characteristics of electrical machines

     Andrada Gascon, Pedro; Martinez Piera, Eusebio; Perat Benavides, Jose Ignacio; Sanchez Lopez, Jose Antonio; Torrent Burgues, Marcel
    Annual meeting and world conference on industrial application of electrical energy
    p. 263-268
    Presentation's date: 2000-10-08
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    A test equipment for determination of magnetic characteristics of different kinds of electrical machines is presented. Experimental determination of magnetic characteristics of electrical machines should be understood, according to the machine studied, as determination of their corresponding inductances or as determination of their magnetization curves (flux-linkage versus current for different rotor positions). The test equipment is based on a method of measurement of inductance by means of D.C. current, proposed by C.V. Jones, in which a bridge arrangement is used in order to eliminate the resistance effects. This equipment is able to obtain armature inductance in DCM (direct current motor), d-axis and q-axis inductance in SPSM (salient-pole synchronous machine) or SYNCREL (synchronous reluctance motor) and magnetization curves of SRM with a good accuracy and in an automatic way. The main advantage of this setup is that it is an automatic system controlled by PC, that allows magnetic characteristics of almost any electrical machine to be obtained, reducing measurement time and manual errors and providing easy and user friendly presentation of the test results. Several examples of experimental determination of magnetic characteristics using the proposed equipment are shown proving their test capabilities.