Electric transmission based on the switched reluctance motor with independent excitation
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The prospects and experience of using a switched reluctance motor with independent external excitation for a traction electric motor are discussed. The possibility of regulating the excitation allows the motor to act in a wide range of rotating speeds at constant power. The machine is practically feasible and easy to produce, while the classical three-phase inverter can be used for control.
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