The real-time displacement analysis and correction of vibration forces on the rotor of a rotational active magnetic bearing (AMB) system were performed. The real-time system performs four main tasks: fault detection, fault diagnosis, error correction and fault identification. Historical fault data from a fully suspended 250 kW water cooling AMB pump was used in the design process of the fault detection system. A double radial AMB test rack was used to test the effectiveness of the proposed real-time system. The real-time system corrected, identified and minimized the vibration forces to a stable working condition.
Gouws, R. and van Schoor, G. (2011), "Real-time displacement analysis and correction system for vibration forces on rotor of rotational active magnetic bearing system", World Journal of Engineering, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp. 381-394. https://doi.org/10.1260/1708-52126.96.36.1991Download as .RIS
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