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Radial Magnetic Coupling

Radial Magnetic Coupling

(OP)
Hi ,

Can anybody help me to find the torque in Radial Magnetic Coupling?

Pranesh S B

RE: Radial Magnetic Coupling

Do you mean other than to measure it?
There are a number of numerical methods that get you close.
As long as the back steel is not saturated it is fairly easy to model.

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

RE: Radial Magnetic Coupling

Praneshsb: What have you tried so far?

RE: Radial Magnetic Coupling

Hi Praneshsb,

Do you mean the mathematical modelling of Radial Magnetic Coupling?
I have seen a synchronous Axial Coupling though (see image below). I am not sure if the radial one can be modelled the same way.

RE: Radial Magnetic Coupling

(OP)
I tried numerical modeling using ANSYS. Seems like the results are wrong. I have a doubt on my B-H curve.

flofelis:- What you have given is axial coupling.

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