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Torque Ripple Reduction In Switch Reluctance Motor


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Was wondering if anyone could tell me the method employed for current overlap in a 3 phase DC switch reluctance motor.


I have the impression from the information that I have found that for the asymetrical half bridge converter in this link http://factaee.elfak.ni.ac.yu/fu2k53/Boban.pdf that in order to achieve this one leg would be fully conducting with both switches closed whilst an other leg will be fully off with both switches open, with the remaining leg having one switch fully closed and one open with the current freewheeling, or does this leg have one switch closed and the other switch coming on and off intermidently otherwise known as soft switching? :blink:

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