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Torque Compensation System Based on Permanent Magnet

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This paper presents the design, the analysis and the optimization of a permanent magnet coupling with 8 magnetic poles. Numerical finite element method was used for the electromagnetic study. A numerical optimization was carried out. The coupling was built and connected to a magnetic refrigeration prototype in order to offset its torque.
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Keywords: DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS; MAGNETIC COUPLING; OPTIMIZATION; PERMANENT MAGNET

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-06-01

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