Switched Reluctance Motor for Electric Power-Assited Steering
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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.
CitationAndrada, P. [et al.]. Switched Reluctance Motor for Electric Power-Assited Steering. A: European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications. "EPE2009". 2009, p. 1-5.