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Is there a way to simulate or represent the two layers of the stator windig?

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Hi, I'm a PhD student and I'm working on a model of PMSM and, at this point, I have a trouble...
Context: My real motor is a PMSM with 10 rotor pole pairs and 24 stator teeths, the winding of the motor is two layers i.e. every stator teeth keep two layers of the winding, not necessarily from the same phase. So I'm working to make a model to represent this motor using simscape Electrical as show in the picture (Actually this one is an example called "Faulted PMSM")
I'm working to represent the two layers of the stator winding in the "Tooth block" but I can't find a way to do that.
Now, my question is: Is there a way to simulate or represent the two layers of the stator windig?

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Joel Van Sickel
Joel Van Sickel on 3 Jan 2024
You can place another winding in series with the magnetic domain wire (purple wire, N S) so that they are both seeing the same magnetic field, you can then wire the electrical portion however the actual windings are wound.

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