Resources

Sustainable design links:

Page of David Meeker’s FEMM software:

Repository for the “MotorFemmulator” electric motor simulation Lua & Octave code:

Information about magnetism and electromagnetism:

Repository for the “DiffTrike” on-board controller’s Python code:

Power electronics & control information:

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5 Responses “Resources” →

  1. Kailash Thakur

    November 25, 2008

    Can I have your Lua script of motor

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  2. Kailash, all the code is already publicly available in the repository.
    You have 2 links above:
    – The “Web browsable” version, where you can navigate the files and read the code online (and also save the files one by one, if you wish) – just click on the little version number after the file name, it will show you the content of the file;
    – The “SVN Checkout” page, where you can find instructions for doing an automatic checkout of the files through a “Subversion” client software (in Windows/Linux/Mac/etc.).

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  3. – I’ve added a third option “downloadable tarball”; click that to get a compressed file with the latest version of all the files in the repository.

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  4. Sourceforge.net has upgraded their platform. I’ve updated the MotorFemmulator links.

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  5. My dear friend, what you’re doing is amazing. Congratulation.

    There is something I don’t get with what you did on FEMM.

    How did you find the value and the shift phase of the current density in each segment wich simulate the magnet ?

    Thanks my friend you’re the best !

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