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The Study of Permanent Magnets Synchronous Machine (PMSM) of the Autonomous Electric Power Supply System (ASE), compatible with the Concept of a More Electric Aircraft (MEA)
Department of Avionics and Control Systems, Polish Air Force Academy, ul. Dywizjonu 303 nr 35, 08-521 Deblin
Based on the analysis and mathematical models of synchronous electric machines (motor/generator), basing on permanent magnets, presented in this paper, the main importance of alternator AC power sources in the form of starter/generator (for conventional aircraft) and in the form of integrated unit starter (motor)/AC synchronous generator S/G AC (with respect to advanced aircraft concept in terms of more electric aircraft) was highlighted. Additionally, through the analysis and selected simulations of the on-board autonomous power supply system of the modern aircrafts, sources of electrical energy (synchronous motor/generator, integrated unit starter/AC generator) were located in board autonomic power system ASE (EPS, PES). Main components of this system are the electro-energetic power system EPS and the energo-electronic power system PES. In addition, the analysis and exemplary simulations of main electricity sources based on mathematical models have contributed to highlighting the main practical applications in accordance with the concept of MEA.
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