three permanent magnet machines: pmsm.pro and pmsm_cbmag.pro (two design variations of an eight-pole permanent magnet synchronous machine from GRUCAD, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil) [1-3], and lomonova.pro (another eight-pole permanent magnet machine)
one four-pole wound field synchronous machine: wfsm_4p.pro 
three induction machines: t30.pro (a simple induction motor with solid rotor from the TEAM workshop benchmarks) [6,7], im_3kw.pro (a four-pole induction machine) [8-10] and im.pro (a four-pole deep-bar induction machine) 
one switched reluctance machine: srm.pro [12,13]
All the models are solved using a 2D vector potential formulation, coupled with circuit equations if necessary. Motion is solved with the moving band technique, except for t30.pro which can also be solved using a velocity term.
Models developed by @sabariego, @Gyselinck and @geuzaine. This work was funded in part by the Walloon Region (WBGreen No 1217703 FEDO, WIST3 No 1017086 ONELAB) and by the Belgian Science Policy (IAP P7/02). Copyright (c) 2012-2018 ULiège-ULB.