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In this paper a design procedure for 6/4 switched reluctance motor is established. A 2D non-linear reluctance network model combined to teeth contour permeance method is used. A calculation algorithm was first implemented on the basis of existing motor and then extended for varying dimensions of geometric parameters, specially teeth and air gap. The model was validated with finite elements analysis. The design procedure was established on the basis of minimizing torque ripples. The study contains two parts; a constant current supplied motor then a constant voltage supplied one. Finally a relation between stator teeth and rotor teeth with the airgap as parameter was established.