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AutorenDr.-Ing. Sebastian Gruber, Dr.-Ing. Christian Junge, Dipl.-Ing. Florian Senicar, Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Soter
TitelOptimization of a High Force Tubular Linear Drive Concept with Discrete Wound Coils to Fulfill Safety Standards in Industrial Applications
KonferenzECCE 2009 - Energy Conversion Congress
OrtSan Jose
AbstractThis paper deals with the next step of development of a tubular permanent magnet linear drive concept for industrial applications up to 3000N thrust force where low cogging forces are required to fulfill safety standards. The presented linear drive concept is designed for easy production and assembly of a few hundred units per year. It can be manufactured on standard production machines because all ferromagnetic parts are made of standard not-laminated steel. This results in a very economic product. Further more the drive concept includes an internal low cost position sensor based on the hall-effect. The different steps of development are proven by measurements of thrust and cogging forces of different prototypes.


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