Handbook of Fractional-Horsepower Drives

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Hans-Dieter Stoelting, Eberhard Kallenbach, Wolfgang Amrhein
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 29, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 596 pages

Fractional-Horsepower drives are crucial for all kinds of products, from simple domestic utensils to most complex technological applications. This handbook gives a practical overview on the available drives. It gives a comprehensive reference about design, functionality, properties, and applications of fractional horsepower drives and introduces into their control and the mechanical transducers. Additionally, the book shows us avenues for projecting new drives.

With first English edition of the bestselling German book, the author address practicing engineers as well as students of electrical and mechanical engineering, control and mechatronics.

 

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Contents

Introduction
xi
12 The Electromagnetic Drive System
1
13 Drive Units
2
132 Electronic Circuits
7
References
10
Motors for Continuous Rotation
12
212 Permanent Magnet DC Motors
13
213 Commutator Series Motor Universal Motor
32
541 Inchworm and Walking Motors
329
542 Ultrasonic Motors
331
55 Driving Electronics
337
552 Inverse Control
339
56 Implementation Examples
340
561 Positioning System with Piezo Drives
341
562 Clamping Elements for Inchworm Motors
342
References
344

214 Contact System and Commutation
50
215 Noise Behaviour
64
22 Brushless Permanent Magnet Motors
65
222 Design Features
71
223 Dynamic Model of the Brushless AC Motor
91
224 Electronic Suppression of Torque Ripples
98
225 Motor Characteristics
103
226 Sensor Technology
104
227 Special Designs of Brushless Permanent Magnet Motors
110
23 Switched Reluctance Motor
115
232 Operation
116
233 Commutation
117
234 Control Strategies and Motor Performance
120
235 Sensorless Modes of Operation
122
236 Characteristics
123
24 RotatingField Motors
124
242 Synchronous Motors
143
References
154
Electromagnetic Stepping Drives
160
32 Classification of Stepping Motors
163
322 Disk Rotor Stepping Motor
165
323 Reluctance Stepping Motor
166
324 Hybrid Stepping Motor
167
33 Control of Stepping Motors
169
34 Operating Behaviour of Stepping Motors
178
342 Torque
180
343 Positioning Accuracy
181
344 Step vs Time Characteristic
182
345 Operating Characteristics
184
346 Resonance Frequencies
187
348 Assigning Reference Position
189
35 Motion Sequences
190
352 Closer Examination of Dynamic Operation
193
References
202
Drives with Limited Motion
203
412 Direct Current Magnets
206
413 Alternating Current Magnets
226
414 Polarized Electromagnets
235
415 Project Planning of Electromagnets and Magnetic Drives
239
416 Design of Magnetic Drives
240
42 Electrodynamic Linear and MultiCoordinate Drives
249
421 Working Principle and Basic Structure
250
422 Configurations of Electrodynamic Linear Motors
254
423 Types of Construction of Integrated Electrodynamic MultiCoordinate Drives With SingleMass Armatures for 𝑥𝑦 𝑥𝜑 𝑥𝑦𝜑 and 𝑥𝑦𝜑𝑧Travel
268
424 Behaviour of Electrodynamic Linear and MultiCoordinate Motors
284
425 Control of Electrodynamic Linear and MultiCoordinate Motors
287
426 Commercially Offered Systems
297
432 MultiCoordinate Hybrid Stepping Motors
302
433 Dynamic Properties of Linear Hybrid Stepping Motors
305
434 Principle of Microstepping
308
435 Linear Hybrid Stepping Motors as NonLinear Magnetic Drives
309
References
310
Piezoelectric Drives
316
52 Piezoelectric Components
317
522 Piezoelectric Elements
319
53 Piezoelectric Actuators
321
532 Laminar Translators
325
534 Tube Elements
326
535 Displacement Amplification
327
54 Piezoelectric Motors
328
OpenLoop and ClosedLoop Control of Electric FractionalHorsepower Motors
345
62 Circuit Components and PulseWidth Modulation
347
622 Control Elements for DC and RotatingField Motors
351
623 Control Elements for Stepper Motors
357
624 Modulation Methods for ThreePhase Motors
358
625 Control Elements
363
63 OpenLoop Control of Rotational Speed
366
632 OpenLoop Rotational Speed Control of DC Motors
367
633 OpenLoop Rotational Speed Control of Asynchronous Motors
370
634 OpenLoop Control of Motors with Synchronous Speed
372
635 Positioning and Rotational Speed OpenLoop Control of Stepper Motors
375
642 ClosedLoop Control of DC Motors
376
643 ClosedLoop Control of Asynchronous Motors
379
644 ClosedLoop Control of Electronically Commutated Motors
389
65 Information on the PracticeOriented Adjustment of Controllers and Simulation of Rotating Speed ClosedLoop Control Circuits
394
66 Structure of Drive Electronics for ThreePhase Alternating Current Motors Using Circuits with LargeScale Integration
397
67 Sensorless Determination and ClosedLoop Control of Rotational Speed Rotor Position and Internal Torque
400
References
413
Magnetic Bearing Technology
415
72 Passive Magnetic Bearings
418
721 Permanent Magnet Bearings
419
73 Active Magnetic Bearing Systems
425
731 Electromagnetic Bearings
426
732 Bearingless Motors
433
References
444
Mechanical Transfer Units
447
81 Gearings
449
812 Gear Trains
451
813 Flexible Drives
471
814 Screw Mechanisms
476
816 Cam Mechanisms
479
817 Stepping Gears
480
82 Couplings
481
821 Firm Couplings
483
822 Selfaligning Couplings
484
823 Clutches
486
83 Axles and Shafts
491
832 Recalculation
492
84 Bearings
494
841 Sliding Bearings
495
842 Rolling Bearings
501
References
504
Standards and Directions
505
Project Design of Drive Systems
508
92 Approach to Drive Functions
510
932 Classification According to Operating Mode
513
94 Aspects of Motor Selection
516
95 Comparison of PositionControlled DC Drives and Stepping Drives
518
96 Conversion of Mechanical Drive Parameters
523
97 Samples of Drive Functions
525
972 Drive of a Dosing Piston Pump
531
973 Drive of a Drilling Machine for Printed Circuit Boards PCBs
538
974 Drive of a Light Pointer
545
975 Drive of a FlexibleTube Pump or Peristaltic Pump
550
976 Bowden Wire Drive of a Recording Device
555
977 Drum Drive
565
Standards and Directions
575
Important Symbols
578
Index
584
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