Key parameter design and analysis of flux reversal linear rotary permanent magnet actuator
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- IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 2019, 29 (2)
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© 2002-2011 IEEE. Flux reversal linear rotary permanent magnet actuator (FR-LRPMA) is a two-degree-of-freedom actuator with two ferromagnetic (Fe) poles and two permanent magnet (PM) poles mounted on the surface of each stator pole. The flux linkage waveform of the actuator is more sinusoidal than that of the traditional topology, which are analyzed by the ideal linear model of one stator section of the proposed actuator. In order to reduce the amplitudes of the cogging torque and detent force, a key space gap parameter of the FR-LRPMA between the Fe pole and PM pole is studied in the circumferential and axial directions. The expressions of cogging torque and detent force are derived by the magnetomotive force analytical method, which are used to obtain the optimal space gap parameter value. The electromagnetic characteristics of the actuator are analyzed by the finite-element method. The amplitudes of cogging torque and detent force are reduced and the back electromotive force waveform is more sinusoidal than that of the original topology, which are verified by the experiment.
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