Simulation of Controller Characteristics Applied to Magnetic Levitation for an X-Y Linear Synchronous Motor
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We propose a magnetic levitation system for an <i>X</i>-<i>Y</i> Linear Synchronous Motor (LSM). This system uses an <i>X</i>-<i>Y</i> LSM armature as the primary side and a 4-pole-type yoke hybrid electromagnet for the secondary side. There are some advantages in using a magnetic levitation system for an <i>X</i>-<i>Y</i> LSM, including decreased friction and abrasion due to the non-contacting operation. In this paper, I-PD(integral- proportional-derivative) control was used for the 4-pole-type yoke hybrid electromagnet, and the controller was designed with a Kessler form, a Manabe form, and with state feedback control. We compared the characteristics associated with changes in the gap for the different cases.
- IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines
IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines 126(10), 1298-1302, 2006-10-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan