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Research on Torque-Angle Characteristic of Large Gap Magnetic Drive System

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ABSTRACT

The principle and design method of the large gap magnetic drive system is studied in this work. The calculation model of the torque-angle characteristic in the large gap magnetic drive system driven by traveling wave magnetic field is established. The calculation model is computed by using MATLAB software, and the pattern of the system’s torque-angle characteristic is obtained by analyzing study results. These results indicate that: torque-angle characteristic and the driving torque of the system can be adjusted by changing the electric current of coil, the magnetization of permanent magnetic gear, the inner diameter of permanent magnetic gear, the coupling distance between electromagnet and permanent magnetic gear, the outer diameter of permanent magnetic gear, and the axial length of permanent magnetic gear.

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Y. XU, J. TAN, Y. LIU and Z. ZHU, "Research on Torque-Angle Characteristic of Large Gap Magnetic Drive System," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2010, pp. 25-30. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2010.21004.

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