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Impact of Dwell Angle on the Electromagnetic Torque Ripplesof the Switched Reluctance Motor
Defence Science Journal
Switched reluctance motors (SRM) are emerging as promising competitors to the vectorcontrolled induction motor (VCIM) drives and permanent magnet (PM) motor drives in the variablespeed drive market owing to their robust nature coupled with low cost, simplicity, and capability to operate in harsh environments. They are also suitable for nuclear and aerospace applications due to their low inertia and capability to be fed from a dc supply through a simple power converter. The principle of torquedoi:10.14429/dsj.58.1656 fatcat:i2h72dn2cvdjnijabyljdmchgq