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Conference Record of the 1999 IEEE Industry Applications Conference. Thirty-Forth IAS Annual Meeting (Cat. No.99CH36370)
One of the chief obstacles to constructing a reliable, low-cost, practical magnetic bearing is designing a suitable position sensor. A homopolar magnetic bearing that uses the same coils to stabilize the rotor and sense its position is introduced. A prototype bearing has been built and successfully used to stabilize a rotor. The electromagnetic analysis of the self-sensing function, the implementation of the prototype design, and experimental results verifying the theoretical analysis of thedoi:10.1109/ias.1999.799200 fatcat:qx7rdri6ojcbpjh56ssv2ydp2y