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Comparative review of disk type and unconventional transverse flux machines - performance analysis
Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Transverse flux machines (TFM) can be designed as high pole numbers, so they are very useful in direct-drive 4 systems with high torque density. Although many TFM models have been proposed to date, no detailed classification 5 and comparison has been made before. Conventional TFMs have a high power and torque density, but low power factors 6 and high cogging torques have prevented them from being widely used. However, especially with the new disk type 7 TFMs proposed in recent years and thedoi:10.3906/elk-2007-3 fatcat:haijif4agjcztctjzfqib7rz2y