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Barrie Mecrow
Barrie Mecrow
Professor of Electrical Power, Newcastle University
Verified email at ncl.ac.uk
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Overview of electric motor technologies used for more electric aircraft (MEA)
W Cao, BC Mecrow, GJ Atkinson, JW Bennett, DJ Atkinson
IEEE transactions on industrial electronics 59 (9), 3523-3531, 2011
8402011
A comparative study of permanent magnet and switched reluctance motors for high-performance fault-tolerant applications
AG Jack, BC Mecrow, JA Haylock
IEEE transactions on industry applications 32 (4), 889-895, 1996
5031996
Fault-tolerant permanent magnet machine drives
BC Mecrow, AG Jack, JA Haylock, J Coles
IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications 143 (6), 437-442, 1996
4481996
Conventional and TFPM linear generators for direct-drive wave energy conversion
H Polinder, BC Mecrow, AG Jack, PG Dickinson, MA Mueller
IEEE Transactions on energy conversion 20 (2), 260-267, 2005
3252005
Design and testing of a four-phase fault-tolerant permanent-magnet machine for an engine fuel pump
BC Mecrow, AG Jack, DJ Atkinson, SR Green, GJ Atkinson, A King, ...
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 19 (4), 671-678, 2004
3012004
Design and testing of a four-phase fault-tolerant permanent-magnet machine for an engine fuel pump
BC Mecrow, AG Jack, DJ Atkinson, SR Green, GJ Atkinson, A King, ...
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 19 (4), 671-678, 2004
3012004
Permanent-magnet machines with powdered iron cores and prepressed windings
AG Jack, BC Mecrow, PG Dickinson, D Stephenson, JS Burdess, ...
IEEE Transactions on industry applications 36 (4), 1077-1084, 2000
2892000
A wound-field three-phase flux-switching synchronous motor with all excitation sources on the stator
A Zulu, BC Mecrow, M Armstrong
IEEE transactions on industry applications 46 (6), 2363-2371, 2010
2172010
A wound-field three-phase flux-switching synchronous motor with all excitation sources on the stator
A Zulu, BC Mecrow, M Armstrong
IEEE transactions on industry applications 46 (6), 2363-2371, 2010
2172010
Operation of fault tolerant machines with winding failures
JA Haylock, BC Mecrow, AG Jack, DJ Atkinson
IEEE transactions on Energy Conversion 14 (4), 1490-1495, 1999
1941999
New winding configurations for doubly salient reluctance machines
BC Mecrow
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications 32 (6), 1348-1356, 1996
1861996
Fault-tolerant in-wheel motor topologies for high-performance electric vehicles
CJ Ifedi, BC Mecrow, STM Brockway, GS Boast, GJ Atkinson, ...
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications 49 (3), 1249-1257, 2013
1722013
The analysis of losses in high-power fault-tolerant machines for aerospace applications
GJ Atkinson, BC Mecrow, AG Jack, DJ Atkinson, P Sangha, M Benarous
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications 42 (5), 1162-1170, 2006
1652006
Fault-tolerant design considerations and control strategies for aerospace drives
JW Bennett, GJ Atkinson, BC Mecrow, DJ Atkinson
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 59 (5), 2049-2058, 2011
1642011
Efficiency trends in electric machines and drives
BC Mecrow, AG Jack
Energy Policy 36 (12), 4336-4341, 2008
1632008
Fully pitched-winding switched-reluctance and stepping-motor arrangements
BC Mecrow
IEE Proceedings B (Electric Power Applications) 140 (1), 61-70, 1993
1631993
Preliminary performance evaluation of switched reluctance motors with segmental rotors
BC Mecrow, EA El-Kharashi, JW Finch, AG Jack
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 19 (4), 679-686, 2004
1472004
Integrated motor drives: state of the art and future trends
R Abebe, G Vakil, G Lo Calzo, T Cox, S Lambert, M Johnson, C Gerada, ...
IET Electric Power Applications 10 (8), 757-771, 2016
1452016
Switched reluctance motors with segmental rotors
BC Mecrow, JW Finch, EA El-Kharashi, AG Jack
IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications 149 (4), 245-254, 2002
1392002
Segmental rotor switched reluctance motors with single-tooth windings
BC Mecrow, EA El-Kharashi, JW Finch, AG Jack
IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications 150 (5), 591-599, 2003
1372003
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