> \pJava Excel API v2.6 Ba==h\:#8X@"1Arial1Arial1Arial1Arial + ) , * `DC,dtitle[alternative]contributor[author]date[issued] publisher!identifier[bibliographicCitation]abstractkeywords[*]identifier[govdoc]identifier[isbn]identifier[issn]identifier[ismn]identifier[uri]identifier[url]identifier[doi(resolver)]?Yoo, S.Y.;
Kim, W.Y.;
Kim, S.J.;
Lee, W.R.;
Bae, Y.C.;
Noh, M.;2011-04WTransactions of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers, A, v.35, no.4, pp.353 - 358In this paper, we describe a process for optimally designing a ring-type permanent magnet thrust bearing. The bearing consists of two sets of permanent magnet rings. One set is located inside the other set An axial offset between the two sets creates axial force, which results in a thrust bearing function. In order to realize an optimal design of the bearing where the required load capacity of the bearing is achieved with the least magnet volume, we derived analytical design equations by adopting the equivalent current sheet (ECS) method We considered the following two types of magnet anays: axial arrays and Halbach arrays. These two types of arrays are optimized using the analytical design equations. The results of the optimization are verified using three dimensional (3D) finite element analyses (FEA). The results show that the Halbach array can achieve the required load capacity with less amount of permanent magnet than the axial array does. The efficacy of the ECS method is also verified by using 3D FEA. It is found that die accuracy of ECS method is more sensitive to the underlying assumptions for the Halbach array than for the axial array. 2011 The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers.Analytical design;
Axial forces;
Equivalent currents;
Halbach array;
Load capacity;
Magnet volume;
Optimal design;
Passive magnetic bearing;
Three dimensional (3D) finite element analysis;
Thrust bearing functions;
Bearing capacity;
Bearings (structural);
Design;
Magnetic bearings;
Magnetic levitation;
Magnetic levitation vehicles;
Optimal systems;
Optimization;
Permanent magnets;
Three dimensional;
Thrust bearings;
Analytical design;
Axial forces;
Equivalent currents;
Halbach array;
Load capacity;
Magnet volume;
Optimal design;
Passive magnetic bearing;
Three dimensional (3D) finite element analysis;
Thrust bearing functions;
Bearing capacity;
Bearings (structural);
Design;
Magnetic bearings;
Magnetic levitation;
Magnetic levitation vehicles;
Optimal systems;
Optimization;
Permanent magnets;
Three dimensional;
Thrust bearings;
Magnetic levitation;
Optimal design;
Passive magnetic bearing;
Thrust bearing; 1226-4873,https://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/1304703:\Uwj$%GHjkfw(J
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