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Decentralized Control of Magnetic Rotor Bearing Systems

Hannes Bleuler

Decentralized Control of Magnetic Rotor Bearing Systems

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Published by Juris in Zurich .
Written in English


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Pagination93 p.
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24714060M


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Decentralized Control of Magnetic Rotor Bearing Systems by Hannes Bleuler Download PDF EPUB FB2

We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services. A detailed finite element modelling (FEM) framework for rotor/magnetic bearing systems is presented, and the derived FEM model of the flexible rotor test rig is then used for robust H∞ control Author: Michael Schlotter.

Nonlinear Vibration in a Vertical Rigid Rotor Supported by the Magnetic Bearing: Case Considering the Delays of Both Electric Current and Magnetic Flux Cited by: 6. To download a copy, click here. Magnetic Bearings are devices used to support (levitate) objects using magnetic forces.

Some magnetic bearings provide a full non-contact support of an object, whereas others provide only a partial support working together with more conventional mechanical bearings.