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With the acceleration of urban life rhythm, higher requirements are put forward for urban rail transit in areas such as large cities with large passenger flow. Quick start and quick stop, energy saving and consumption reduction, and high efficiency have become the development trends of urban rail transit traction systems. Existing asynchronous motors have been unable to meet the more severe demands of traction systems. Therefore, the permanent magnet traction system came into being. This paper analyzes and compares the permanent magnet traction system, and studies the influence of the permanent magnet traction system on the development of urban rail transit.
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