Department SOJO UNIVERSITY Department of Computer and Information Sciences, FACULTY OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATIONSCIENCES /Division of Applied Information Sciences, Graduate School of Engineering /(DC)Division of Applied Information Sciences, Graduate School of Engineering Position
|Presentation Theme||Development of New Propulsion System for Magnetically Levitated Vehicle|
|Conference||The 15th International Symposium on Magnetic Bearings (ISMB15)|
|Presentation Type||Speech (General)|
|Venue||Mojiko Kitakyushu, Japan|
|Publisher and common publisher||Toshio KAKINOKI, Hitoshi YAMAGUCHI, Tomoaki MURAKAMI, Eiichi MUKAI and Hiroyuki NISHI|
|Details||This paper describes a new propulsion system for magnetically levitated vehicles with hybrid magnets, which were studied in place of streetcars and transportation systems in semiconductor production.
The reduction of dust and noise is essential. The linear drives have been widely developed and utilized because of their direct drive features. Their low construction cost and low maintenance is key to their practical use.
The new propulsion system for magnetically levitated vehicle proposed here is low cost and easy to make. We obtained static experiment results of the linear switched reluctance motor (LSRM) as a new propulsion system, and obtained the basic characteristics. The new propulsion system LSRM and the experimental results are presented.