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SARAVANAN.S SARAVANAN.S
Marsaline Beno. M
Prabhu. S

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This paper predicts the performance of Double Stator Single Rotor Permanent Magnet Machine (DSSRPMM). Finite Element Analysis (FEA) has been carried out and it expands in three different aspects such as Magnetic field, Vibration and Thermal. The Magnetic Field analysis, Vibration Analysis and Thermal Analysis inferences the Torque ripple, Natural Frequencies and temperature distribution of the motor respectively.

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