Study on the Rotation Properties and the Design Issue of Non-Contact Rotating System Using HTS Bulks and Permanent Magnets

R. Okamura, Seok Beom Kim, Y. Ozaki, Hiroshi Ueda

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In previous study, non-contact rotating system consisting of the ring-shaped high temperature superconducting (HTS) bulks, ring-shaped permanent magnets (PMs) and stator coil was proposed. In this system, HTS bulks were magnetized by PMs and PMs were levitated with strong restoring force. In our previous study, we have constructed the rotating system with the ring-shaped HTS bulks with ID 20 mm, OD 60 mm, and 15-mm thickness. However, since these bulks costs too much, we switched to use HTS bulks with ID 20 mm, OD 60 mm, and 5-mm-thickness to miniaturize the system. However, this system have potential to fail the radial stability of rotating shaft. Therefore, we focused on the rotating and the radial restoring force in terms of the stability of the rotating shaft in the rotating system with 5-mm thickness HTS bulks.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012096
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volume871
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 26 2017

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