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Cogging torque in permanent magnet motors

Introduction Cogging is an undesirable characteristic of some permanent magnet motor designs. It’s also known in stepper motors as ‘detent’ or ‘no current’ torque. Cogging torque is generated when the sides of the rotor teeth line up with the sides of the stator teeth within Continue reading