Hybrid Multi-Physics Modeling of an Ultra-Fast Electro-Mechanical Actuator
AbstractThe challenges of an HVDC breaker are to generate impulsive forces in the order of hundreds of kilonewtons within fractions of a millisecond, to withstand the arising internal mechanical stresses and to transmit these forces via an electrically-insulating device to the contact system with minimum time delay. In this work, several models were developed with different levels of complexity, computation time and accuracy. Experiments were done with two mushroom-shaped armatures to validate the developed simulation models. It was concluded that although the electromagnetic force generation mechanism is highly sensitive to the mechanical response of the system, the developed first order hybrid model is able to predict the performance of the breaker with good accuracy. View Full-Text
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Bissal, A.; Eriksson, A.; Magnusson, J.; Engdahl, G. Hybrid Multi-Physics Modeling of an Ultra-Fast Electro-Mechanical Actuator. Actuators 2015, 4, 314-335.
Bissal A, Eriksson A, Magnusson J, Engdahl G. Hybrid Multi-Physics Modeling of an Ultra-Fast Electro-Mechanical Actuator. Actuators. 2015; 4(4):314-335.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bissal, Ara; Eriksson, Anders; Magnusson, Jesper; Engdahl, Göran. 2015. "Hybrid Multi-Physics Modeling of an Ultra-Fast Electro-Mechanical Actuator." Actuators 4, no. 4: 314-335.