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Linear motors are widely used in uncountable industrial applications, where excellent dynamic behaviour, high position accuracy and repeatability, short settling times and smooth motions with variable speeds are obligatory. Therefore a novel modular double salient permanent magnet linear motor, which improves a well-established motor type, may be of real(More)
In the present work we deal with set-valued equilibrium problems for which we provide sufficient conditions for the existence of a solution. The conditions that we consider are imposed not on the whole domain, but rather on a self segment-dense subset of it, a special type of dense subset. As an application, we obtain a generalized Debreu-Gale-Nikaido type(More)
Benign intracranial hypertension (BIH) is characterized as an intracranial pressure increase occurring in the absence of brain tumour, sinus thrombosis or hydrocephaly. But contrary to what its designation might suggest, it threatens the visual prognosis. We report the case of a 15-year-old girl with lymphocytic meningitis, developing secondary a BIH.(More)
The main advantage of linear motors is that they do not turn the electric energy supplied into a rotary movement, but convert it directly to a linear movement. The direct coupling of the mover armature to the load provides several performance benefits in addition, as high speeds, high precision, no backlash, high stiffness and fast response and settling(More)
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