How does a synchronous reluctance motor work

In order to increase efficiency, asynchronous motors with expensive copper rotors or permanent magnet synchronous motors (PM motors) have been used up to now. You save the rotor excitation power, but you have to install expensive neodymium-iron-boron magnets. In comparison, the new rotor of the reluctance motor does not need an excitation winding or special permanent magnets to operate. The feeding frequency converter also enables variable-speed operation over a wide range. This increases the efficiency considerably and thus helps this drive concept to be used in new, efficient ways.

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