Electromagnetic aspects of the structural integration of linear synchronous machines for a hyperloop technology
ID:282 View Protection:ATTENDEE Updated Time:2021-06-19 16:58:42 Hits:180 Oral Presentation

Start Time:2021-07-02 14:40 (Asia/Shanghai)


Session:[S1] Concurrent Session 1 [S1-2] Oral Session 7 & 9

Video No Permission Attachment File

Tips: The file permissions under this presentation are only for participants. You have not logged in yet and cannot view it temporarily.

The use of linear synchronous machines (LSM) with long stators is an attractive technology of high-speed transportation. The design optimization of such a machine in terms of force requirements and power density for a hyperloop technology, was reported previously. Stator fluxes are at risk of redistributing in the assembly structure, creating losses and drag forces. A configuration is proposed, that assures structural integrity for loads in hyperloop technologies, whilst assuring high efficiency. A comparison of suitable electromagnetic steels is made using transient loss calculations.
hyperloop, linear synchronous machine, electromagnetic steel, loss calculations, linear stator integration
Sigrid Jacobs
ArcelorMittal Global R&D

Submission Author
Sigrid Jacobs ArcelorMittal Global R&D
Comment submit
Verification code Change another
All comments