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An Optimized Design Of Electromagnet And Float For A Magnetic Suspension System

Shahajada Mahmudul Hasan (), Shahed Hasan Khan Tushar, Md. Hafizur Rahman and Anisur Rahman Shimu
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Shahajada Mahmudul Hasan: Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology
Shahed Hasan Khan Tushar: Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology
Md. Hafizur Rahman: Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology
Anisur Rahman Shimu: Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology

Acta Electronica Malaysia (AEM), 2019, vol. 3, issue 1, 14-18

Abstract: An electromagnet and a float are needed to be designed for a magnetic suspension system. In this paper an optimized design of an electromagnet is being carried out based on minimum flux leakage and maximum amount of force that can be imparted on the float. This paper also compares different designs to find out advantages and disadvantages of these designs. Design starts from a simple and naïve design of electromagnet and then gradually improved until a satisfactory design is obtained. Different shapes of floats were also considered for an optimum design of float. Electromagnetic analysis is carried with commercial FEM (Finite Element Method) software to calculate different parameters of design. Later the result from the FEM software is verified by analytical calculation.

Keywords: Electromagnetic analysis; magnetic suspension; float; core; optimized design (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.26480/aem.01.2019.14.18

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