The dynamic interaction between the single-sided linear induction motor (SLIM) for propulsion and the suspension electromagnets is analyzed evaluated using experimental data for the HSST-03 Maglev system. An examination of the energy tradeoff between the normal force and the thrust force shows that low-slip-frequency operation is superior to high-slip-frequency operation in total energy efficiency. The influence of suspension on propulsion and vice versa is analyzed, and the values of the relative position sensitivity are determined by the root-locus method. It is shown by analysis and experimentally confirmed that the mutual interaction can be neglected, and therefore low-slip-frequency operation is possible, the total energy used about 30%.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 1986 Jan 1|
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