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Generator Design Considering Mover Action to Improve Energy Conversion Efficiency in a Free-Piston Engine Generator
In a free-piston engine generator (FPEG), the power of the engine can be directly regenerated by linear generators without a crank. The mover motion of this system is interrelated with engine and power generation efficiencies due to the direct connection between the mover of the generator and the piston of the engine. The generator should be designed to improve the overall energy conversion efficiency. The dimensions and mass of the mover limit its operating stroke and drive frequency. Herein,doi:10.3390/electronics10172142 doaj:c4da0ba8525f44c9a4ec4ee0f018976e fatcat:tq5k2xxcwrh4lpjmwtczj5jfpa