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Integrating Acoustics into the Design of Motion Systems

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Vincent Marché on January 7, 2015 - 3:07 pm in Academics, Electric Simulation, Magnetic Simulation, News, Rotating Machines

“The motors in a motion system will often squeal, squawk or hiss” says George Bennett in Designing Quiet Motion Systems, what's more, for the vast majority of us, "calm has turned into an image of value". These days, it ends up noticeably vital to coordinate acoustics into the outline phase of movement frameworks to calm the item when individuals are remaining alongside it.

It appears we know much about the hypothesis of the intricate clamor era in movement frameworks. Today, extraordinary simulation toolsaccessible available empower us to break down and limit the acoustic clamor at the source, in the plan phase of an engine including its order.

All things considered, developing and industrializing a whisper calm movement framework remains an extreme test, notwithstanding different goals, for example, controllability, vitality effectiveness, material, or creation costs.

This article essentially clarifies the part and the impact of the diverse parts creating a standard framework and proposes a substitute calmer variant.

Beginning from the physical cause of the clamor, through the effect of the present circle in the engine drive, and an option calmer voltage drive, considering the right utilization of the movement and feedthrough sensors or generator, G. Bennett sets a few suggestions in his article Designing Quiet Motion Systems.

The creator thinks about whether calm engines demonstrates a quality item: … yet what about a touch of peacefulness in a world progressively loud? Possibly sooner rather than later we will hear electric vehicles shrieking like winged animals while moving toward a passerby crossing.

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Typical noisy point to point position loop

Typical noisy point to point position loop (G. Bennett, Designing Quiet Motion Systems, www.e-driveonline.com)

Distribution of the magnetic force in a motor analysed in a finite element software

Distribution of the magnetic force in a motor analysed in a finite element software

Vibration response and total mechanical power in a mechanical simulation environment

Vibration response and total mechanical power in a mechanical simulation environment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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