Linear motor optimization using an analytical model

This paper describes a linear motor optimization based on an analytical model. The studied motor, also called "ironless", consists of an iron core U shape with permanent magnets on each side, between which the coils can move. The glider which supports the coils is made of a non-ferromagnetic composite material, like epoxy. For this reason this type of motor has a small force density, but on the other hand this motor has a small moving mass, which allows high accelerations. The goal is to show that various optimization criteria can product different results


Publié dans:
Cracow Polland, Copyright 2005, IEE, 5 pp.
Année
2004
Publisher:
Institute of Mechatronics and Information Systems
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Lab. of Integrated Actuators, Ecole Polytech Federale Lausanne, Switzerland
8511905
linear motor optimization
permanent magnets
coils
nonferromagnetic composite material
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