Adjustable Speed Generation System with Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Generator
Conference: CIPS 2008 - 5th International Conference on Integrated Power Electronics Systems
03/11/2008 - 03/13/2008 at Nuremberg, Germany
Proceedings: CIPS 2008
Pages: 5Language: englishTyp: PDFPersonal VDE Members are entitled to a 10% discount on this title
Koczara, Wlodzimierz (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Brown, Neil L.; Al-Tayie, Jawad; Khayat, Nazar Al; Seliga, Robert; Ernest, Emil; Krasnodebski, Artur (Cummins Generator Technologies, UK)
The paper presents generation system called VSIG - variable speed integrated generator which produces standardized AC three phase voltage. The driving Diesel engine operates in wide speed range. The new light and short axial flux permanent magnet generator converts mechanical energy to increased frequency AC voltage. The AC/AC transistor converter supplied from the generator provided high quality speed decoupled AC voltage. The shaft-less and bearing-less axial flux generator is integrated directly to the shaft of the engine. A common frame radiator is built to cool the engine and the converter in separate two sub-radiators cooled by common fan. The paper presents integration of the variable speed generation system. The VSIG is lighter than conventional fixed speed generation set and has substantially smaller footprint.