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Authors: André Baeten, Sabrina Barm, Markus Fackler, Neven Majic, Johannes Reitenberger, Timon Guenther, Christoph Lohr, Markus Sause, Anna Trauth, Richard Weihrich, Timo Koerner, Christian Oblinger

DOI: 10.33599/nasampe/s.23.0059

Abstract: In this paper a concept study for a lightweight cryogenic hydrogen cooled axial flux motor is presented. The concept is based on a hybrid material design to fulfill the electro-magnetic, thermal, chemical, and mechanical requirements for a high-performance electrical drive train for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) applications. The concept study focuses on the virtual pre-design of the rotor stator combination and the cooling system using composites and ferromagnetic ma-terials. FE and electro-magnetic performance simulation results based on trade studies will be presented as well as an outlook for the thermal and chemical material characterization the cool-ing system operated with cryogenic hydrogen.

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Conference: SAMPE 2023

Publication Date: 2023/04/17

SKU: TP23-0000000059

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