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Flux weakening in surface permanent magnet (PM) synchronous machines is revisited in this letter. The condition for achieving infinite constant power speed ratio (CPSR) is explained from the machine equivalent circuit and phasor diagram point of view. Back-to-back thyristors, or triac, switches feeding the three phases of a surface PM synchronous machine will be shown to be equivalent to a simple series reactance with respect to fundamental component behavior. Using such switches is equivalentdoi:10.1109/lpel.2004.832635 fatcat:c2djdhbnvzh57mspoiiw4ebugu