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BEHAVIOUR OF MAGNETIC DRIVE FOR DIFFERENT NUMBER OF MAGNETIC PAIRS AND TEMPERATURES

Originální název

BEHAVIOUR OF MAGNETIC DRIVE FOR DIFFERENT NUMBER OF MAGNETIC PAIRS AND TEMPERATURES

Anglický název

BEHAVIOUR OF MAGNETIC DRIVE FOR DIFFERENT NUMBER OF MAGNETIC PAIRS AND TEMPERATURES

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper concurs on our previous work in this problem. The mostly limited parameter for using magnetic drives is temperature. Permanent magnets cant use near Currie point, where it lost our magnetic features. Temperature changes under Currie point attach changes of magnetic properties of permanent magnets and changes of behavior of magnetic drives. The second main limited parameter is core pole factor. The magnitude of core pole factor relate with number of pairs of permanent magnet. Both of these problems are solved in this paper

Anglický abstrakt

This paper concurs on our previous work in this problem. The mostly limited parameter for using magnetic drives is temperature. Permanent magnets cant use near Currie point, where it lost our magnetic features. Temperature changes under Currie point attach changes of magnetic properties of permanent magnets and changes of behavior of magnetic drives. The second main limited parameter is core pole factor. The magnitude of core pole factor relate with number of pairs of permanent magnet. Both of these problems are solved in this paper

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT3162,
  author="Lubomír {Houfek} and Vladimír {Fuis} and Petr {Krejčí}",
  title="BEHAVIOUR OF MAGNETIC DRIVE FOR DIFFERENT NUMBER OF MAGNETIC PAIRS AND TEMPERATURES",
  annote="This paper concurs on our previous work in this problem. The mostly limited parameter for using magnetic drives is temperature. Permanent magnets cant use near Currie point, where it lost our magnetic features. Temperature changes under Currie point attach changes of magnetic properties of permanent magnets and changes of behavior of magnetic drives. The second main limited parameter is core pole factor. The magnitude of core pole factor relate with number of pairs of permanent magnet. Both of these problems are solved in this paper",
  address="ÚT AV ČR",
  booktitle="Dynamika strojů 2001",
  chapter="3162",
  institution="ÚT AV ČR",
  year="2004",
  month="january",
  pages="59",
  publisher="ÚT AV ČR",
  type="conference paper"
}