Author Topic: I made a browser tool to visualize switched reluctance motor coil configurations  (Read 342 times)

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Offline dusanTopic starter

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I needed a PCB based motor and I needed it to rotate slowly so I needed higher amount of coils/poles than usual 3 coil + 2 poles but it was really hard to wrap my head around it because depending on the sizes and ratios and integer factors it may not even work, or may be chaotic etc... I specifically wanted to go up to 12 coils/poles which gives 144 total combinations out of which only 92 are valid. I chose switched reluctance motor instead of BLDC motor because it feels like it might be less sensitive to low tolerances and janky builds.

Here is the tool: https://dvhx.github.io/switched-reluctance-motor-configurator/index.html

Here are all configurations for given amount of coils/poles: https://dvhx.github.io/switched-reluctance-motor-configurator/combinations.html

Especially interesting are combinations where there are multiple coils but can be doubled or tripled, for example:

- 6c2p (3 real coils, 6 steps) - https://dvhx.github.io/switched-reluctance-motor-configurator/index.html?coil_count=6&pole_count=2
- 9c3p (3 real coils, 9 steps) - https://dvhx.github.io/switched-reluctance-motor-configurator/index.html?coil_count=9&pole_count=3
- 12c3p (4 real coils, 12 steps) - https://dvhx.github.io/switched-reluctance-motor-configurator/index.html?coil_count=12&pole_count=3
- 12c8p (3 real coils, 24 steps) - https://dvhx.github.io/switched-reluctance-motor-configurator/index.html?coil_count=12&pole_count=8
- 12c9p (4 real coils, 36 steps) - https://dvhx.github.io/switched-reluctance-motor-configurator/index.html?coil_count=12&pole_count=9
- 12c11p (maximum of 132 steps) - https://dvhx.github.io/switched-reluctance-motor-configurator/index.html?coil_count=12&pole_count=11
« Last Edit: May 18, 2024, 04:59:33 am by dusan »
 

Offline aliarifat794

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I was trying this. Do we need to click 'step' to get our final result? I just put some random values and pressed 'step'. The diagram changed according to the parameters and after clicking on 'step' it said 'poles are overlaping'.
 

Offline dusanTopic starter

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I fixed it. When you change configuration it will now show result immediately. Step button is to see "animation".
 


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