Development of a Compact Axial Active Magnetic Bearing with a Function of Two-Tilt-Motion Control
AbstractA compact axial active magnetic bearing with a function of two-tilt-motion control is fabricated which has a new configuration of magnetic poles. They consist of four cylindrical poles with coils and a single common pole whose opposite plane of the rotor has a permanent magnet to achieve multi-degree-of-freedom zero power control. Modal control is applied because local zero power control may make the whole system unstable when the number of control channels is larger than the number of freedoms of motion to be controlled. In the developed system, a disk-shape rotor is sandwiched between two axial magnetic bearing stators that are operated differentially. Such a configuration makes it possible to rotate the rotor without disturbing the axial motion. The characteristics of the fabricated magnetic bearing system including rotation are studied experimentally. View Full-Text
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Ishino, Y.; Mizuno, T.; Takasaki, M.; Hara, M.; Yamaguchi, D. Development of a Compact Axial Active Magnetic Bearing with a Function of Two-Tilt-Motion Control. Actuators 2017, 6, 14.
Ishino Y, Mizuno T, Takasaki M, Hara M, Yamaguchi D. Development of a Compact Axial Active Magnetic Bearing with a Function of Two-Tilt-Motion Control. Actuators. 2017; 6(2):14.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ishino, Yuji; Mizuno, Takeshi; Takasaki, Masaya; Hara, Masayuki; Yamaguchi, Daisuke. 2017. "Development of a Compact Axial Active Magnetic Bearing with a Function of Two-Tilt-Motion Control." Actuators 6, no. 2: 14.
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