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Simplified analytical model of a six-degree-of-freedom large-gap magnetic suspension system

Simplified analytical model of a six-degree-of-freedom large-gap magnetic suspension system

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magnetic suspension.,
  • Degrees of freedom.,
  • Mathematical models.,
  • Permanent magnets.,
  • Electromagnets.,
  • Actuators.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNelson J. Groom.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 112868.
    ContributionsLangley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15503762M

    the model motion in the magnetic suspension facil ity it is first necessary to understand the "quasi-six-degree-of-freedom"nature of the motion. By "quasi-six-degree-of-freedom"we mean the model is free to both rotate and translate at frequencies above some cutoff imposed by the SMSB co~trol' system. The feedback controller is designed to. Magnetic suspension is described as the fastest reacting suspension in the world as sensors monitor the road surface up to times per second and an ECU can make variations within a few milliseconds resulting in the possibility of multiple damping variations being made in a second. Magnetic ride control uses a system known as magneto rheological technology for suspension .

    levitated ball. Such magnetic levitation systems (MLS) with small operating ranges have been proposed by the various researchers [5]. [6] presented a nonlinear model for the magnetic force of magnetic levitation device and model was then used to propose a control technique for position control of a magnetically levitated permanent magnet. A. Electromagnetic suspension (EMS) is the magnetic levitation of an object achieved by constantly altering the strength of a magnetic field produced by electromagnets using a feedback most cases the levitation effect is mostly due to permanent magnets as they don't have any power dissipation, with electromagnets only used to stabilize the effect.

    Linearized Model In magnetic suspension systems, the nonlinearity emerges from the relationship between force, current, and air gap. In one approach, when nonlinear components are present, the system can be linearized about an operating point to yield a transfer function. As explained in [4], when.   Given a linear model of the magnetic suspension system as shown in Fig. 2 and given desired over- all transfer functions G 0 (s), we were able to find a feedback configuration and compute controller so that the transfer functions of the resulting sys- tems equals G 0 (s).


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Home Browse by Title Reports Simplified Analytical Model of a Six-Degree-of-Freedom Large-Gap Magnetic Suspension System. Simplified Analytical Model of a Six-Degree-of-Freedom Large-Gap Magnetic Suspension System June June Read More.

Technical Report. A simplified analytical model of a six-degree-of-freedom large-gap magnetic suspension system is presented. The suspended element is a cylindrical permanent magnet that is magnetized in a direction which is perpendicular to its axis of symmetry. The actuators are air core electromagnets mounted in a planar array.

The analytical model. Get this from a library. Simplified analytical model of a six-degree-of-freedom large-gap magnetic suspension system. [Nelson J Groom; Langley Research Center.]. A simplified analytical model of a six-degree-of-freedom large-gap magnetic suspension system is presented.

The suspended element is a cylindrical permanent magnet that is magnetized in a direction which is perpendicular to its axis of symmetry.

The actuators are air core electromagnets mounted in a planar array. A simplified analytical model of a six-degree-of-freedom large-gap magnetic suspension system is presented.

The suspended element is a cylindrical permanent magnet that is magnetized in a. [14] N. Groom, “Simplified analytical model of a six-degree-of-freedom large-gap magnetic suspension system,” Technical Report TM, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, June A description of the Large Gap Magnetic Suspension System (LGMSS) ground-based experiment is presented.

The LGMSS provides five degrees of freedom control of a cylindrical suspended element which. OMS was developed for a six-degree-of-freedom, large gap magnetic suspension system (LGMSS) (ref. 2) for vibration isolation and pointing. The LGMSS features several large electromagnets in a planar con guration that suspend a cylindrical element containing a permanent magnet core (g.

The element is suspended 91 cm (36 in.) abevo the. Introduction. A magnetic suspension and balance system (MSBS) is one of the experimental systems among the magnetic levitation technologies [1, 2, 3].It supports a model by the magnetic force generated by the interaction between a magnet inside the model and coils outside the test section [].Thus, support interference associated with mechanical supports can.

magnetic suspension system. Shen [5] compared the performance of the H controller, the sliding mode con-troller and the PID controller. All of the above control-lers were implemented on a single EMS system for ex-perimental purposes only. In this paper, a nonlinear con-trol algorithm for EMS was proposed and implemented.

suspension system. Coil induced current distribution of an EDS that consists of superconductor magnets above a split guideway conductor is obtained based on the dynamic circuit theory [7].

An analytical model for magnetic flelds, eddy currents and developed forces for PMs above a continuous conducting sheet are obtained.

Modeling and controller design of a novel large-gap magnetic suspension and balance system for 3D non-contact manipulation International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, Vol. 11 Development of Magnetic Suspension and Balance System for Intermittent Supersonic Wind Tunnels.

The modular magnetic suspension platform depends on multi degree of freedom of Lorentz force actuators for large bearing capacity, high precision positioning and structure miniaturization. To achieve the integration of vertical driving force and horizontal driving force, a novel 2- (two degrees-of-freedom) DOF Lorentz force actuator is developed by designing the pose of the.

The simple electromagnet-ball system and the contactless optical position measurement system are developed as a physical model of the magnetic suspension.

A nonlinear mathematical model is presented and linearized. This model has been used to design a discrete linear PID controller with optimal parameters. Abstract: In many applications, magnetic suspension systems are required to operate over large variations in air gap.

As a result, the nonlinearities inherent in most types of suspensions have a significant impact on performance. Specifically, it may be difficult to design a linear controller which gives satisfactory performance, stability, and disturbance rejection over a wide.

The current magnetic suspension system, which mainly adopts one degree-of-freedom (DOF) in the axial direction and 4-DOF in the radial direction, can achieve the suspension in the 5-DOF.

This kind of system is widely employed in many industries, such as in precision machining, aeronautics and astronautics [ 19, 20 ]. used, for which a retrofit electromagnetic suspension consisting of a spring and tubular perma-nent magnet actuator (TPMA) is designed.

To design a control system for this actuator, a model of the BMW has been created, which consists of a quarter car model with variable sprung mass, damping coefficient and tire stiffness.

An approach for controlling the magnetic suspension system based on sliding mode has been presented. The model of the magnetic suspension has been realised using the simple electromagnetic and a steel ball.

The simplified mathematical model has been developed. The performance of the SMC controller in trajectory. NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum Full text of " Third International Symposium on Magnetic Suspension Technology ".

Electromagnetic suspension system is commonly used in the field of high-speed vehicle, conveyor system, tool machines and frictionless bearing. Modelling a magnetic system requires modelling the magnetic force characteristics together with the current and the position.

In this work; a 1D look-up table, of measured data, was used to represent the inductance as a. Dynamics of the magnetic suspension system: The basic principle of a simple electromagnetic suspension system is shown in Fig The magnetic force applied by the electromagnet is opposite to gravity and maintains the suspended steel ball in a levitated position.Abstract: Magnetic levitation of a metallic sphere provides a high-impact visual demonstration of many principles in undergraduate educational programs in electrical engineering, e.g., electromagnetic design, compensation of a unstable control system and power amplifier design.

This paper deals with the electromagnetic and dynamic analysis of the levitation system and it .PHYSICAL REVIEW E 84, () Simple analytical model for the magnetophoretic separation of superparamagnetic dispersions in a uniform magnetic gradient J. S. Andreu, 1, 2* J. Camacho, J.

Faraudo, M. Benelmekki,3 C. Rebollo,4 and Ll. M. Mart´ınez 5 1Institut de Ciencia de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC), Campus UAB, E Bellaterra, Spain` .