Stability analysis of hybrid magnetic bearings
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A mathematical model of noncontact bearings consisting of high-coercivity permanent magnets and electromagnetic control system is presented. The model is used to prove the stability of the rotor installed on such bearings by the Lyapunov method.
KeywordsPermanent Magnet Repulsive Force System Science International Axial Component Magnetic Bearing
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