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Title: Application of linear switched reluctance motors to precision position control
Authors: Gan, WC
Chan, KCK
Widdowson, GP
Cheung, CN 
Keywords: Angular velocity control
Conveyors
Feedback
Linear synchronous motors
Machine control
Micrometry
Ovens
Permanent magnet motors
Position control
Reluctance motors
Sensors
Servomechanisms
Torque control
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Power Electronics Research Centre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Source: 2004 1st International Conference on Power Electronics Systems and Applications proceedings : 9 to 11 November 2004, Hong Kong, p. 254-259 How to cite?
Abstract: This paper presents the application of linear switched reluctance motors (LSRMs) to precision position control. In general, a typical AC industrial servo system consists of a motion controller for torque, velocity and position loop control, a current tracking amplifier with a standard three-phase output bridge and two current feedback sensors only, the motor to be controlled and a position feedback encoder. An LSRM is developed for the above typical AC servo system without any modifications on the hardware setup. The magnet-free and possible high-temperature operation features allow LSRMs to replace linear permanent magnet (PM) motors in some special applications such as conveyor systems in an oven. On the other hand, the micrometer precision position control of LSRMs addressed in this paper is also new to literature.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/1617
ISBN: 9623674341
Rights: Copyright © The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 2004.
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