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Design and optimization of a rotary actuator for a two degree-of-freedom zφ-module
2009 IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference
The paper concerns the design and optimization of a rotary actuator of which the rotor is attached to a linear actuator inside a two degree-of-freedom zφ-module, which is part of a pick-and-place robot. The rotary actuator provides ±180°rotation, while the linear actuator offers a z-motion of ±5 mm. In the paper, the optimal combinations of magnet poles and coils are determined for this slotless actuator with concentrated windings. Based on this analysis, of the rotary actuator is optimizeddoi:10.1109/iemdc.2009.5075333 fatcat:om2f5ydy7ff5xpltt6wckazvju