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JP2009032994A
JP2009032994A JP2007196805A JP2007196805A JP2009032994A JP 2009032994 A JP2009032994 A JP 2009032994A JP 2007196805 A JP2007196805 A JP 2007196805A JP 2007196805 A JP2007196805 A JP 2007196805A JP 2009032994 A JP2009032994 A JP 2009032994A
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Hajime Kawaguchi
Shinichiro Yamamoto
伸一郎 山本
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a reactor device suppressing the propagation of vibration from a core to a case. <P>SOLUTION: In the reactor device A1, a gap Sp is present between a tip surface Rb1 in a connection section Rb of the core 1 and a short-side section 3a in the case 3, while a long-side section 3b of the case 3 is in contact with a side Ra1 in a straight-line section Ra of the core 1. More specifically, at the straight-line section Ra extended in a direction crossing the surface of a cap spacer 11, the core 1 is supported by the case 3. In a direction crossing the direction of the main component of vibration, a structure for bringing the core 1 into contact with the case 3 by means of the side surface Ra1 is adopted, thus suppressing the propagation of the main component of vibration caused by magnetic attraction force to the case 3. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2009,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention mainly relates to a reactor device mounted on a fuel cell vehicle, a hybrid vehicle, or the like, and particularly relates to a vibration reduction measure.

  In recent years, automobiles that drive a motor with a battery, such as hybrid vehicles and fuel cell vehicles, have been developed due to environmental problems. A boost converter disposed in a fuel cell vehicle, a hybrid vehicle, or the like includes a reactor that stores and releases energy. The reactor has a core formed by stacking a plurality of partial cores with a gap spacer interposed therebetween, and a coil wound around the core. When a current flows through the coil, a magnetic field is generated inside the core, a magnetic attractive force is generated between the partial cores sandwiching the gap spacer, and the reactor vibrates. The reactor device is configured by housing a reactor in a case, but when reactor vibration propagates to the case, noise is emitted to the outside of the reactor device. In addition, the amount of heat generated inside the reactor device may increase due to the vibration of the reactor.

  One problem is how to reduce the vibration of the reactor device. In particular, it is required to reduce high-frequency noise in the vicinity of 10 kHz (5 to 20 kHz). Therefore, conventionally, many proposals have been made to reduce the vibration of the reactor that leads to the noise of the reactor device.

For example, Patent Document 1 discloses that noise is suppressed by filling / curing a fixing adhesive between the abutting portion and the gap spacer in a state where the varnish of the abutting portion of the laminated steel sheet is removed. ing.
Patent Document 2 discloses that vibration is reduced by bonding a core component and a gap spacer with an adhesive having an adhesive strength of 100 kgf / cm 2 or more.
Patent Document 3 discloses that a gap spacer is provided so as to be inclined with respect to the longitudinal direction of the core linear portion, thereby reducing vibration caused by the magnetic attractive force.
JP 2005-72199 A JP-A-8-111322 JP-A-2005-243805

  With the techniques of the above-mentioned patent documents, it is possible to suppress vibrations generated in the reactor to some extent. However, when the vibration caused by the magnetic attractive force is transmitted from the reactor to the case, the conventional technique has a problem that it is not possible to effectively reduce the occurrence of vibration in the case.

  The objective of this invention is providing the reactor apparatus which has a structure which can reduce a vibration by taking the means which suppresses the propagation of the vibration from a reactor to a case.

  The reactor device of the present invention has a structure in which the core of the reactor is supported on the case by the side surfaces of the pair of support portions on which the gap spacers are arranged.

  Thereby, the core is not supported by the case in the direction of the main component of the vibration generated by the magnetic attractive force between the partial cores sandwiching the gap spacer. Therefore, propagation of the main component of vibration generated in the core to the case is suppressed, and vibration in the case can be suppressed.

  Other gap spacers may be arranged in portions other than the core support. However, since most gap spacers are arranged on the core support, propagation to the case can be effectively suppressed for most components of vibration caused by the magnetic attractive force between the partial cores. .

  When the case has a pair of sides extending along the support portion of the core, the pair of sides protrudes outward at a portion located on the side of the coil. Manufacturing cost and space can be reduced.

  Since the support portion of the core has a portion protruding outward, the amount of magnetic flux of the core can be increased by effectively using the space of the case.

  In the case of further including an intermediate case that covers the coil, it is possible to obtain an effect that the insulation between the core and the case becomes more reliable, and the relative position of the core with respect to the case becomes substantially constant. And the heat dissipation of the heat which generate | occur | produced with the coil is improved because the middle case is contacting the case.

  By further including a spring member interposed between the support portion of the core and the case, propagation of the vibration of the core to the case can be more effectively suppressed.

  Since the partial core is composed of a sintered soft magnetic material as a main component, the manufacturing cost can be reduced.

  According to the reactor device of the present invention, it is possible to suppress the propagation of vibration from the core to the case, and thus it is possible to reduce the vibration of the case.

(Embodiment 1)
-Structure of the reactor device-
FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a schematic configuration of reactor apparatus A1 in the first embodiment. FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing only the core in the embodiment. FIG. 3 is a top view of reactor device A1 according to the first embodiment, with the case and the middle case broken away.

As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the reactor device A <b> 1 of the present embodiment includes a core 1, a coil 2 that surrounds the periphery of the core 1 in an annular shape, a middle case 4 that houses the core 1, the coil 2, and the like, And a case 3 for storing the entirety.
The core 1 has a track shape in a planar shape, and a pair of linear portions Ra (supporting portions) extending in the Y direction, and a pair of connecting portions that connect the linear portions Ra at both ends of each linear portion Ra. Rb. Further, the core 1 includes an intermediate partial core 10a disposed in a pair of linear portions Ra, a side partial core 10b extending over each end of each linear portion Ra and the connecting portion Rb, and the intermediate partial core 10a and the side partial core. 10b and a gap spacer 11 interposed between the intermediate partial cores 10a. Each straight portion Ra extends in a direction intersecting the surface of the gap spacer 11 (a direction orthogonal to the present embodiment), and a side surface Ra1 of the straight portion Ra intersects the surface of the gap spacer 11. . On the other hand, the connection portion Rb extends substantially parallel to the surface of the gap spacer 11, and the front end surface Rb 1 of the connection portion Rb is substantially parallel to the surface of the gap spacer 11.
In the present embodiment, the side surface Ra1 of the linear portion Ra is substantially orthogonal to the surface of the gap spacer 11. “Substantially orthogonal” means to include a range that deviates from the direction orthogonal to each other due to dimensional variation of each member, assembly error, or the like. However, as will be described later, when a support portion having a curved planar shape is provided instead of the straight portion Ra, the side surface of the support portion only needs to intersect the surface of the gap spacer 11.

  The case 3 includes a pair of short side portions 3a extending in the X direction orthogonal to the linear portion Ra of the core 1 (that is, parallel to the surface of the gap spacer 11), and a Y direction parallel to each linear portion Ra of the core 1. It has a pair of extended long side portions 3b, and a portion near the center of each long side portion 3b is a protruding portion 3c protruding outward. The coil 2 and the middle case 3 that covers the coil 2 are housed inside the protruding portion 3c.

  Here, in the present embodiment, a gap Sp exists between the front end surface Rb1 of the connecting portion Rb of the core 1 and the short side portion 3a of the case 3. On the other hand, the long side portion 3b of the case 3 and the side surface Ra1 of the linear portion Ra of the core 1 are in contact. That is, the core 1 is supported by the case 3 on the side surface Ra1 of the linear portion Ra extending in the direction intersecting the surface of the gap spacer 11. However, the term “support” as used herein refers to support for limiting the degree of freedom in plan, and in terms of weight, the core 1 is supported by the lower surface of the core 1 contacting the bottom surface of the case 3. . That is, in the present embodiment, the linear portion Ra is a support portion supported by the case 3.

  However, the planar shape of the case 3 does not necessarily have to be a rectangle, and for example, the planar shape of the long side portion 3b may be a curve that swells outward at the central portion, for example. In that case, the planar shape of the support part of the core 1 may be a straight line or a curved line.

  The coil 2 is almost entirely covered with an insulating film, and only a pair of terminals 23 are exposed from the insulating film. In this way, the coil 2 is configured by connecting the two annular portions 21 covering the respective linear portions Ra of the core 1 by the connecting portions 22, and when energized, the two annular portions 21 are sequentially connected from one terminal 23. Then, an alternating current flows through the other terminal 23.

-Material of each part of reactor device-
Each of the partial cores 10a and 10b of the core 1 is made of a soft magnetic material also called a high magnetic permeability material. Examples of soft magnetic materials include pure iron, soft iron, magnetic steel, silicon steel, permalloy, sendust, ferrite, and amorphous materials of magnetic alloys. A reactor that requires high frequency and high power, such as for driving an engine of a hybrid vehicle, is required to have a small iron loss in a frequency region of 1 kHz or higher. Moreover, in order to suppress vibration, it is preferable that the magnetostriction of the core 1 is small.

  In the present embodiment, each of the partial cores 10a and 10b of the core 1 is made of a sintered soft magnetic material. In this embodiment, as a sintered soft magnetic material, iron-based soft magnetic powder produced by an atomization method is surface-coated with a phosphate insulating coating and a resin binder, and the surface-coated powder is press-molded and then sintered at a high temperature. The result is used.

  As the soft magnetic material, there is a non-oriented silicon steel plate in addition to the sintered soft magnetic material, and in particular, an unstrained silicon steel plate having about 6% silicon is frequently used because the magnetostriction is close to zero. This unstrained silicon steel plate is expensive because it is expensive to manufacture. On the other hand, sintered soft magnetic materials have low coercive force characteristics and are less expensive than unstrained silicon steel sheets, but also have the disadvantage that some magnetostriction occurs compared to unstrained silicon steel sheets.

  The gap spacer 11 is made of a nonmagnetic and insulating material such as ceramics, glass, or a glass epoxy substrate. The gap spacer 11 is a member necessary for adjusting the inductance according to the frequency. In addition, since the total thickness of the gap spacers 11 required for the core 1 as a whole is determined by design, the number of gap spacers 11 is set so that the thickness of one gap spacer 11 does not cause excessive leakage current. It has been established.

  The case 3 is made of a material having good thermal conductivity and workability, such as Mg or Mg alloy, aluminum or aluminum alloy, and the heat generated in the reactor is released from the case 3 to the outside. Has been.

  The core 1 of the present embodiment has a structure suitable for a reactor for reducing a load during conversion between AC and DC in a high current and high frequency region, and is mounted on a hybrid vehicle or the like.

-Operation of the reactor device-
When an alternating current flows through the reactor coil 2, the core 1 has the following effects. Since each of the partial cores 10a and 10b in contact with the gap spacer 11 has an N pole and an S pole due to magnetization, and the N pole and the S pole face each other with the gap spacer 11 in between, the partial cores 10a and 10b In this case, a magnetic attractive force that attempts to reduce the mutual distance, that is, a compressive force with respect to the gap spacer 11 is generated. On the other hand, since the magnetic flux density fluctuates with the alternating current component of the current flowing through the coil 2, the cores 1 are attracted / released, and the core 1 is vibrated mainly in the X direction. When this vibration is transmitted to the case 3 or the like, the vibration is converted into noise.

  Therefore, in this embodiment, since the core 1 and the case 3 are not in contact in the Y direction, which is the direction of the main component of vibration, the degree of freedom of the core 1 is not limited. Since the core 1 and the case 3 are in contact with each other via the side surface Ra1 in the X direction orthogonal to (crossing) the Y direction, the degree of freedom of the core 1 is limited. That is, the core 1 is supported by the case 3 in the X direction.

  4 (a) and 4 (b) are schematic views comparing the core support structure of the present invention and the conventional core support structure in a planar manner in order. However, in FIGS. 4A and 4B, the presence of the coil 2 wound around the core 1 is neglected and is schematically illustrated. As shown in FIG. 4A, in the reactor device of the present invention, the side surface Ra1 of the linear portion Ra extending in the direction perpendicular to (intersects with) the surface of the gap spacer 11 of the core 1 and the long side portion of the case 3 3b is in contact, and the core 1 is supported by the case 3 on the side surface Ra1. That is, the core 1 is supported in the Y direction. A gap Sp is interposed between the short side 3a of the case 3 and the tip end surface Rb1 of the connecting portion Rb of the core 1.

  On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 4B, in the conventional reactor device, the side surface Ra1 of the linear portion Ra extending in the direction perpendicular to (intersects) the surface of the gap spacer 11 of the core 1 and the long side of the case 3 A gap Sp is interposed between the portion 3b. And the short side part 3a of case 3 and the front end surface Rb1 of the connection part Rb of the core 1 are contacting, and the core 1 is supported by the case 3 in the connection part Rb. That is, the core 1 is supported in the X direction. In the case of such a structure, the main component of vibration caused by the magnetic attractive force generated between the partial cores 10a and 10 sandwiching the gap spacer 11 in the core 1 is propagated to the case 3. It becomes difficult to reduce noise generated from the case 3.

  On the other hand, in the present invention, since the main component of vibration caused by the magnetic attractive force generated between the partial cores 10a and 10 sandwiching the gap spacer 11 in the core 1 is not directly propagated to the case 3, The generated noise can be reduced.

  In the present embodiment, the long side portion 3b parallel to the straight portion Ra of the case 3 is provided with the protruding portion 3c protruding outward. However, the flat long side portion 3b as shown in FIG. It may be. However, in that case, it is necessary to increase the thickness of the long side portion 3b by the thickness of the coil 2 in the region where the coil 2 is not wound, which increases the cost of the material constituting the case and is useless. Will create space. On the other hand, the manufacturing cost and the space occupied by the reactor device can be reduced by providing the protruding portion 3c as in the present embodiment.

(Embodiment 2)
FIG. 5 is a top view of reactor device A2 according to the second embodiment, with the case and the middle case broken away. As shown in the figure, in the present embodiment, the planar shape of the case 3 is a rectangular shape, and no protruding portion as in the first embodiment is provided. That is, in the present embodiment, the long side portion 3b has a flat plate shape. On the other hand, the linear portion Ra of the core 3 is provided with a protruding portion 10 c that protrudes in a direction parallel to the surface of the gap spacer 11. And the side surface Ra1 of the linear part Ra in the protrusion part 10c and the long side part 3b of the case 3 are in contact, and between the front end surface Rb1 of the connection Rb of the core 1 and the short side part 3a of the case 3 A gap Sp is interposed. Since other structures are the same as those described in the first embodiment, the same reference numerals as those in the first embodiment are given and description thereof is omitted.

  Also in this embodiment, since the core 1 and the case 3 do not contact in the X direction, which is the direction of the main component of vibration, the degree of freedom of the core 1 is not limited. And the structure which the core 1 and the case 3 contact via the side surface Ra1 is employ | adopted in the Y direction orthogonal (cross | intersect) X direction, and the freedom degree of the core 1 is restrict | limited. Therefore, the same effect as Embodiment 1 can be exhibited.

  In particular, in the present embodiment, the projecting portion 10c is provided in the linear portion Ra of the core 1, so that the planar shape of the case 3 is made rectangular, thereby simplifying the shape, and the magnetic flux generated by the projecting portion 10c. The loss (iron loss) of the core 1 can be reduced by the density reducing action.

(Other embodiments)
In each of the above embodiments, the gap spacer 11 is provided only in the straight line portion Ra, but the gap spacer 11 may be added to the connection portion Rb. This is also because the main component of the vibration due to the magnetic attractive force is generated in the X direction also in that case. However, since the gap spacer 11 is arranged only in the linear portion Ra, most of the vibration components caused by the magnetic attractive force are generated in the X direction, so that the effects of the present invention are more remarkably exhibited.

In each of the above embodiments, the middle case 4 that covers the coil 2 is provided, but the middle case 4 is not necessarily required. This is because even if the middle case 4 is not provided, the surface of the coil 2 is protected by an insulator, so that it is possible to ensure insulation performance by increasing the thickness of the insulator. However, the intermediate case 4 is useful in order to ensure the insulation and the relative positioning of the core 1 with respect to the case 3 to ensure the use state of the reactor device and the reliability at the time of assembly. is there. When the middle case 4 is provided, the heat generated in the coil 2 is transferred to the case 3 because the middle case 4 and the protruding portion 3c of the case 3 are in contact with each other as in the present embodiment. This will improve the heat dissipation.
When the middle case 4 is provided, the heat radiation performance can be further improved by reducing the resin thickness, making it as close as possible to the heat radiating case 4 or using a material having high thermal conductivity. .

A spring member may be interposed between the linear portion Ra of the core 1 and the long side portion 3b of the case 3. In that case, components other than the main component of vibration generated in the core can be prevented from propagating to the case 3.
In particular, when a sintered soft magnetic material is used, the manufacturing cost is reduced, but a slight magnetostriction is generated as compared with an unstrained silicon steel sheet, so that not only the component orthogonal to the surface of the gap spacer 11 but also other directions. Vibration components are also likely to occur. Therefore, in particular, when a sintered soft magnetic material is used, it is preferable to interpose a spring member. However, even when an unstrained silicon steel plate is used, not all vibration components are in the X direction, so that the propagation of vibration to the case 3 can be more effectively suppressed by interposing a spring member. Can do.

  The structure of the embodiment of the present invention disclosed above is merely an example, and the scope of the present invention is not limited to the scope of these descriptions. The scope of the present invention is indicated by the description of the scope of claims, and further includes meanings equivalent to the description of the scope of claims and all modifications within the scope.

  The reactor device of the present invention can be used as a component such as a boost converter in a hybrid vehicle, a fuel cell vehicle, and a factory / household power supply system.

It is a perspective view which shows schematic structure of the reactor apparatus in Embodiment 1. FIG. FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing a structure of a core in the first embodiment. It is a top view of the reactor apparatus which concerns on Embodiment 1 which shows a case and a middle case by fracture. (A), (b) is a schematic diagram which compares the core support structure of this invention with the conventional core support structure in order in order. It is a top view of the reactor apparatus which concerns on Embodiment 2 which shows a case and a middle case by fracture | rupture.

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A Reactor device Ra Straight line portion Ra1 Side surface Rb Connection portion Rb1 Tip surface 1 Core 2 Coil 3 Case 3a Short side portion 3b Long side portion 3c Protruding portion 4 Medium case 10a Intermediate portion core 10b Side portion core 10c Protruding portion 11 Gap spacer 21 Annular Part 22 Connecting part 23 Terminal

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  1. A core configured with a plurality of partial cores and a gap spacer sandwiched between the partial cores as a main member;
    A coil provided around the core;
    A case for storing the core and the coil,
    The reactor is a reactor device that is supported by the case on an outer surface of a pair of support portions on which the gap spacers are disposed.
  2. The reactor device according to claim 1,
    The reactor apparatus further provided with the other gap spacer arrange | positioned in the part except the said support part of the said core.
  3. The reactor device according to claim 1 or 2,
    The case has a pair of side portions extending along the support portion of the core,
    The pair of side portions is a reactor device that protrudes outward at a portion located on a side of the coil.
  4. The reactor device according to claim 1 or 2,
    The reactor is a reactor device in which the support portion of the core has a portion protruding outward in a portion not covered with the coil.
  5. In the reactor apparatus as described in any one of Claims 1-4,
    An intermediate case covering the coil;
    The middle case is a reactor device in contact with the case.
  6. In the reactor apparatus as described in any one of Claims 1-5,
    A reactor device further comprising a spring member interposed between the support portion of the core and the case.
  7. In the reactor apparatus as described in any one of Claims 1-6,
    Each of the partial cores of the core is a reactor device configured with a sintered soft magnetic material as a main component.
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