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Large-range active load for dynamic motor testing

Roodink, S. (2017) Large-range active load for dynamic motor testing.

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Abstract:“Large-range active load for dynamic motor testing” Before electro motors can be used in robots, the parameters of the motors should be known. This can be done by using the data sheet of the manufacture, but this is not always sufficient enough. So the best way to get to know the parameters is by testing the motor. The test setup should be designed and build in a proper way, so that the useful parameters can determined. Like, maximal speed, maximal torque, maximal temperature and a torque-speed curve. The setup is split in three parts, the electro motor, sensors and a load. The sensors and load will be my BSc assignment. The load will an electromotor, which can easily be changed for a different one, so many electro motors can be tested, without and with a gearbox, high and low RPM. The whole load motor will be kept in place by bearings and will be attached to a load cell, thereby the torque of the MUT (motor under test) can be calculated. The active load and sensors have to work in this range.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:53 electrotechnology
Programme:Electrical Engineering BSc (56953)
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