Modeling dynamic end effects in rotary armature of rotary-linear induction motor

@article{Amiri2013ModelingDE,
  title={Modeling dynamic end effects in rotary armature of rotary-linear induction motor},
  author={Ebrahim Amiri and Mariusz Jagiela and Oleksandr Dobzhanski and Ernest A. Mendrela},
  journal={2013 International Electric Machines & Drives Conference},
  year={2013},
  pages={1088-1091}
}
The performance of twin-armature rotary-linear induction motor is presented in this paper. The stator consists of a rotary armature and linear armature placed aside one another. Both armatures have a common rotor which consists of solid iron cylinder covered with a thin copper layer. The rotor can move rotary, linearly or with helical motion. The linear motion generates dynamic end effect on both linear and rotary armature. Modeling such an effect in rotary armature is a significant challenge… CONTINUE READING
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