Stability analysis of a magnetic levitator

  title={Stability analysis of a magnetic levitator},
  author={Diana Marcela Devia Narv{\'a}ez and German Correa Velez and Diego F. Narvaez},
  journal={Contemporary engineering sciences},
In this article we present a stability analysis based on the theory of dynamic systems, for a magnetic levitator system, which is used as a principle of operation of different engineering applications, such is the case of the Maglev train. 

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