This paper presents the design of a novel high speed propulsion system for UAQ4 magnetic levitating train, the feasibility of which has been successfully tested and confirmed in laboratory. A direct-current linear stepper motor that uses permanent magnets distributed on the central beam of track as the primary and the direct current power supplied coils on-board the vehicle as the secondary is proposed and analyzed. The motor performances are evaluated by varying the system parameters by carrying out a finite element numerical model refined with experimental data. The main components of a real scale motor with speed up to 540 km/h for the UAQ4 train application is measured and discussed.

HIGH SPEED PROPULSION SYSTEM FOR UAQ4 MAGNETIC LEVITATING TRAIN

D'OVIDIO, GINO;
2012-01-01

Abstract

This paper presents the design of a novel high speed propulsion system for UAQ4 magnetic levitating train, the feasibility of which has been successfully tested and confirmed in laboratory. A direct-current linear stepper motor that uses permanent magnets distributed on the central beam of track as the primary and the direct current power supplied coils on-board the vehicle as the secondary is proposed and analyzed. The motor performances are evaluated by varying the system parameters by carrying out a finite element numerical model refined with experimental data. The main components of a real scale motor with speed up to 540 km/h for the UAQ4 train application is measured and discussed.
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