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The main difference between a permanent magnet synchronous motor PMSM and an induction motor is in the rotor. A permanent magnet synchronous motor, like any rotating electric motor , consists of a rotor and a stator.
Hello, friends, I hope all of you are enjoying your life. In the electrical power system, there are numerous types of machines are used such as transformer, generator , and motor and there are subtypes of these motors and generators. Like induction motor synchronous motor , induction generator , induction motor and single phase induction motor and three-phase induction motor. All these types of motors and generators have their corresponding advantages, disadvantages, and applications in industries. Like a synchronous generator is mostly used in power generations system like in wind turbine synchronous generator is installed. While the induction generator and motor are mostly used in industries. With the different applications of these machines, either generator and motors also have their physical construction different.
A synchronous motor is one in which the rotor normally rotates at the same speed as the revolving field in the machine. The stator is similar to that of an induction machine consisting of a cylindrical iron frame with windings, usually three-phase, located in slots around the inner periphery. The difference is in the rotor, which normally contains an insulated winding connected through slip rings or other means to a source of direct current see figure. The principle of operation of a synchronous motor can be understood by considering the stator windings to be connected to a three-phase alternating-current supply. A direct current in a p -pole field winding on the rotor will also produce a magnetic field rotating at rotor speed. If the rotor speed is made equal to that of the stator field and there is no load torque , these two magnetic fields will tend to align with each other.
A permanent magnet synchronous motor PMSM — is a synchronous electric motor which uses permanent magnets embedded in the inductor. PMSM machines are the most forward ones, because provide operated at a range of speeds without using of any gear system. This is step to get more efficiency and compact. Using configuration for in-wheel applications can be right decision, but you should understand that it can do serious problem at high speeds. It is the main disadvantage of permanent magnet synchronous motor which may result a huge iron loss. Rotor is the main difference between a permanent magnet synchronous motor and an induction motor. Permanent magnet synchronous electric motors have the excellent performance of power and volume, and so torque and inertia.
Permanent magnet synchronous machines generally have same operating and performance characteristics as synchronous machines. A permanent magnet machine can have a configuration almost identical to that of the conventional synchronous machines with absence of slip rings and a field winding. It consists of the stationary member of the machine called stator. Stator laminations for axial air gap machines are often formed by winding continuous strips of soft steel. Various parts of the laminations are the teeth slots which contain the armature windings. Yoke completes the magnetic path. Lamination thickness depends upon the frequency of the armature source voltage and cost.
The permanent-magnet synchronous machine PMSM drive is one of best choices for a full range of motion control applications. For example, the PMSM is widely used in robotics, machine tools, actuators, and it is being considered in high-power applications such as industrial drives and vehicular propulsion. The PMSM is known for having low torque ripple, superior dynamic performance, high efficiency and high power density. Section 1 deals with the introduction of PMSM and how it is evolved from synchronous motors. Section 2 briefly discusses about the types of PMSM.
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor, PMSM is a kind of synchronous motor in which permanent magnet is used as rotor to create field poles. No field winding is wound on the rotor. The basic construction of PMSM is same as that of synchronous motor. The only difference lies with the rotor. Unlike synchronous motor, there is no filed winding on the rotor of PMSM. Field poles are created by using permanent magnet.
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A synchronous electric motor is an AC motor in which, at steady state ,  the rotation of the shaft is synchronized with the frequency of the supply current ; the rotation period is exactly equal to an integral number of AC cycles.
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Permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) construction and working principle. Classification of control techniques for PMSM. A permanent magnet.
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In the electrical systems, we use either in industries, power stations or domestic needs, motors and generators have become a common thing.