MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 211, 2018The 14th International Conference on Vibration Engineering and Technology of Machinery (VETOMAC XIV)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||TP5: Rotor dynamics|
|Published online||10 October 2018|
FE-BE computation of electromagnetic noise of a permanent-magnetic excited synchronous ma-chine considering dynamic rotor eccentricity
University of Stuttgart, Graduate School of Excellence advanced Manufacturing Engineering (GSaME),
2 University of Stuttgart, Institute for Nonlinear Mechanics (INM), Research Group Prof. Gaul, 70569 Stuttgart, Germany
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Electromagnetic noise in Electrical Machines (EMs) occurs due to vibrations caused by magnetic forces acting onto rotor and stator surface. This is the dominant source for the considered permanent-magnetic excited synchronous machine in this paper. The radiated electromagnetic noise is sequentially calculated by a Finite Element (FE) and Boundary Element (BE) computation. An electromagnetic FE model is created to determine magnetic forces. Structure-borne sound and rotor dynamics are calculated using a structural dynamic FE model for the EM housing and the rotor. In order to predict resonance frequencies and amplitudes as reliable as possible, it is important to know the direction-dependent stiffness of the laminated rotor stacks and mechanical joints as well as their structural damping. Thereby, the properties of the laminated stack can be determined experimentally by a shear and dilatation test. Mechanical joint properties can be modelled by Thin-Layer Elements (TLEs) and the overall damping by the model of constant hysteretic damping. The radiated sound power is determined by a direct BE computation. The influence of dynamic rotor eccentricity on radiated sound power is examined for a run-up of the EM. All FE models are verified by data from experimental modal analysis.
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