Reluctance Network Analysis of Coupled Fields in a Reversible Electromagnetic Motor
A large number of reversible electromagnetic, thyristor controlled, linear motors (Fig.1) have been designed and produced by the Novosibirsk Institute of Electrical Engineering. These machines cover a wide range of frequencies (from 0.4 to 50 Hz) and forces (from a few to several thousand newtons) and have been applied in the chemical and mining industries and used in household equipment and professional tools1,2.
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