Position estimation of active magnetic bearing shaft using auxiliary coils

Position estimation of active magnetic bearing shaft using auxiliary coils PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to develop a system for estimating the position of the active magnetic bearing (AMB) shaft. A new approach using the static and dynamic inductances and complex analytic signal to simplify the estimation procedure. Finite element (FE) simulations are introduced as a part of the system synthesis.Design/methodology/approachThe paper presents an AMB displacement estimation system. The system is created with three inductive sensors. The position is computed from refined static and dynamic inductance obtained from complex analytic signals of flux and current. FE simulation is used to relate refined inductances to the displacement and to verify the model.FindingsThis paper shows the applicability of complex analytic signal transformation on estimation systems. The use of new refined inductance is presented in contrast to the classical approach of static and dynamic inductances. The paper shows that classical approach of static and dynamic inductance is not usable for the presented estimation system.Practical implicationsFor the practical implementation of the presented system, it is necessary to know the exact dimensions of the AMB stator and the voltage and frequency used to supply the inductance estimation system.Originality/valueThe paper presents a system for estimating the displacement of AMB. The paper introduces the application of complex analytic signal to the estimation of AMB displacement. The mentioned signal is used to compute the new refined inductances. The comparison to the classical approach of static and dynamic inductances is given in this paper. The paper introduces FE simulations to the estimation system synthesis. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png COMPEL: Theinternational Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Emerald Publishing

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0332-1649
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10.1108/COMPEL-08-2017-0366
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PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to develop a system for estimating the position of the active magnetic bearing (AMB) shaft. A new approach using the static and dynamic inductances and complex analytic signal to simplify the estimation procedure. Finite element (FE) simulations are introduced as a part of the system synthesis.Design/methodology/approachThe paper presents an AMB displacement estimation system. The system is created with three inductive sensors. The position is computed from refined static and dynamic inductance obtained from complex analytic signals of flux and current. FE simulation is used to relate refined inductances to the displacement and to verify the model.FindingsThis paper shows the applicability of complex analytic signal transformation on estimation systems. The use of new refined inductance is presented in contrast to the classical approach of static and dynamic inductances. The paper shows that classical approach of static and dynamic inductance is not usable for the presented estimation system.Practical implicationsFor the practical implementation of the presented system, it is necessary to know the exact dimensions of the AMB stator and the voltage and frequency used to supply the inductance estimation system.Originality/valueThe paper presents a system for estimating the displacement of AMB. The paper introduces the application of complex analytic signal to the estimation of AMB displacement. The mentioned signal is used to compute the new refined inductances. The comparison to the classical approach of static and dynamic inductances is given in this paper. The paper introduces FE simulations to the estimation system synthesis.

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COMPEL: Theinternational Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic EngineeringEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 2, 2018

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