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Linear Synchronous Motors: Transportation and Automation Systems (Electric Power Engineering Series)

Linear Synchronous Motors: Transportation and Automation Systems (Electric Power Engineering Series)

by: Jacek F. Gieras, Zbigniew J. Piech, Bronislaw Tomczuk

Linear Synchronous Motors: Transportation and Automation Systems (Electric Power Engineering Series)  library.nu #404616

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year: 1999
pages: 271
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Contrary to some opinions, electric motors are decidedly not part of an old-fashioned area of research. They are, in fact, the most popular machines of everyday life, and the number of types increase almost every year. Advances in materials engineering, power electronics, and control strategies along with energy and reliability demands continue to stimulate the development of exciting new technologies and applications. Ranking high among the most exciting of these technologies are linear synchronous motors (LSMs). Linear Synchronous Motors: Transportation and Automation Systems provides a comprehensive treatment of all types of brushless LSMs-their construction, electromagnetic effects, control, and applications. It explains the physics of hard magnetic materials, discusses permanent magnet and superconducting excitation systems, and addresses applications in factory automation and high-speed transportation systems.LSMs have better performance and higher power density than their induction counterparts, and they can operate with a larger mechanical clearance between their stationary and moving parts. Paying equal attention to the design and the applications of LSMs, Linear Synchronous Motors offers a unique opportunity to master the inner workings of LSMs, discover new research results, and keep abreast of their emerging applications. Electromechanical designers, electrical and mechanical engineers, as well as linear motor enthusiasts will welcome this broad and authoritative work to their reference collections.

Table of Contents

Topology and Selection Definitions, Geometry, and Thrust Generation Linear Synchronous Motor Topologies Calculation of Forces Linear Motion Selection of Linear Motors Materials and Construction Materials Laminated Ferromagnetic Cores Permanent Magnets Conductors Principles of Superconductivity Laminated Stacks Armature Windings of Slotted Cores Slotless Armature Systems Electromagnetic Excitation Systems Superconducting Excitation Systems Hybrid Linear Stepping Motors Theory of Linear Synchronous Motors Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors Motors with Superconducting Excitation Coils Variable Reluctance Motors Permanent Magnet Hybrid Motors Motion Control Control of AC Motors EMF and Thrust of PM Synchronous and Brushless Motors Dynamic Model of a PM Motor Thrust and Speed Control of PM Motors Control of Hybrid Stepping Motors Precision Linear Positioning Sensors Linear Optical Sensors Linear magnetic Encoders High Speed Maglev Transport Electromagnetic and Electrodynamic Levitation Transrapid System (Germany)
Yamanashi Maglev Test Line in Japan Swissmetro Marine Express Building and Factory Transportation Systems Elevator Hoisting Machines Ropeless Elevators Assessment of Hoist Performance Horizontal Transportation systems Industrial Automation Systems Automation of Manufacturing Processes Casting Processes Machining Processes Welding and Thermal Cutting Surface Treatment and Finishing Material Handling Testing Industrial Laser Applications Appendix A Magnetic Circuits with Permanent Magnets Appendix B Permeances for Magnetic Fluxes Appendix C Performance Calculations for PM LSMs Symbols and Abbreviations References

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