Parallel Series Configuration Influence Analysis on Winding PMSG 12s8p to Output Performance using FEM-Based Software

Laily Dwi Rahmawati, Hamdan Hadi Kusuma, Agus Sudarmanto


Abstract—The 3-phase permanent magnetic synchronous generator used is a type of radial flux. Finite Element Method (FEM) software is used to solve physical problems numerically. The goal is to find the relationship between the configuration of the coil and the performance of the output produced by the generator. The method used in this study is laboratory research. That is, by changing the configuration of the coil (series, 2 parallels, or 4 parallels), the resulting output is then analyzed. Low (0%-30%), medium (31%-60%), and high (61%-100%) content efficiency rates. The result of this study is that for series configurations, 2 parallels and 4 parallels have fairly good output performance, indicated by the increasing voltage, current, and input and output power that are directly proportional to increasing the rotational speed of the rotor. The largest output value is generated by the series configuration, and the smallest is generated by the parallel 4 configuration. Nilai efission in series configurations and 2 parallels is relatively good and stable (>80%), and 4 parallel configurations have efficiency values that are directly proportional to the rotor's rotary speed value.  Series configurations result in  better output performance  compared to parallel configurations.




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