CALCULATION OF MAGNETIC BEARING USING FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
The finite element method (FEM) is used to analyze active magnetic bearing (AMB) through ANSYS software. A mathematical model for the magnetic drive is presented. The element formulation is verified by comparing experimental results with calculated results. Suggestions for perfecting the modeling process as well as design optimization ideas to improve AMB quality.
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