|Paper title: DESIGN AND EXPERIMENT OF AN ELECTROMAGNETIC VIBRATIONAL INERTIAL ACTUATOR USING LINEARIZED MAGNETIC SPRING
Author(s): RADU OLARU, MARIUS-MUGUREL MIHAI, BOGDAN G╬RTAN, CAMELIA PETRESCU, ALEXANDRU ARCIRE,
The paper is focused on the theoretical modeling, simulation, optimization and experimental investigation of a vibration
electromagnetic inertial actuator based on linearized magnetic spring. The actuator has an extremely simple design and contains
two differentially coupled magnetic springs, two coils and a magnetic housing. A magnetic shield and two magnetic rings, fixed
on the moving magnets, ensure the force and linearity performance of the vibration actuator. Theoretical modeling and results
from simulation and optimization of a reference model led to the construction of a prototype which was studied experimentally.
Measured data show that the resonance frequency of the prototype is 42 Hz. This frequency can be adjusted in the domain
42¸32.3 Hz by extending the gap between the stationary magnets and the mobile magnetic assembly. The device, mounted on a
mechanical structure, could generate vibration forces higher than 4 N in the frequency range 70 ¸ 500 Hz.
Keywords: Electromagnetic actuator, Magnetic spring, Vibration inertial actuatorYear: 2018 | Tome: 63 | Issue: 3 | Pp.: 253-258
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