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High-torque and low-noise IPMSM multi-objective collaborative optimization based on multi-layer surrogate model
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  • Xiaohua Li,
  • guangxu li,
  • zhongchuan han,
  • xu han
Xiaohua Li
Shanghai University of Electric Power

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guangxu li
Shanghai University of Electric Power
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zhongchuan han
Shanghai University of Electric Power
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xu han
Shanghai University of Electric Power
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To achieve efficient and rapid optimization for high torque and low noise permanent magnet synchronous motors, this paper proposes a multi-layer surrogate model-based optimization method for IPMSM (Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor) based on sensitivity classification of structural parameters. Firstly, using a hybrid model of “FEM + Unit Force Wave Response,” the key order electromagnetic forces causing electromagnetic noise in various operating conditions of the motor are obtained. Their amplitudes, along with the motor’s average output torque and torque ripple, are taken as optimization objectives. By analyzing the sensitivity of structural parameters using the random forest algorithm, the selection and classification of structural parameters are achieved. A hierarchical optimization is then performed using a combination of a multi-island genetic algorithm, a multi-objective particle swarm optimization algorithm, and parameterized scanning. Compared with traditional multi-field coupled optimization methods, this method saves computational resources while reducing calculation time by 54.9%. After optimization, the average output torque is increased by 34.6% compared to before optimization, the amplitude of key order electromagnetic forces of the motor is reduced by 13.7%, and torque ripple is reduced by 67.8%.
03 Apr 2024Submitted to Electronics Letters
05 Apr 2024Assigned to Editor
05 Apr 2024Submission Checks Completed
05 Apr 2024Review(s) Completed, Editorial Evaluation Pending
06 Apr 2024Reviewer(s) Assigned