|By PR Newswire||
|August 4, 2014 09:05 AM EDT||
CERRITOS, Calif., Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Calnetix Technologies, a pioneer in high-speed permanent magnet motor generators, power electronics and magnetic bearings for a variety of applications and industries, announced today that Alexei Filatov, Principal Research Engineer, will present at the International Symposium on Magnetic Bearings (ISMB) next week.
Filatov will discuss the results of a comparative study of axial and radial magnetic bearing arrangements for turbocompressor applications co-authored by Larry Hawkins, Director of Technology, Magnetic Bearings for Calnetix.
"Electromagnetic actuators are the largest components of active magnetic bearing systems inside a machine, and their design has significant impact on the machine size and performance," said Filatov, the lead author of the study. "We analyzed three types of actuator arrangements commonly used to control two radial and one axial degrees of freedom of a rotor using a real-life gas compressor example, and will share our findings with fellow colleagues in the magnetic bearings field."
Since 1988, the ISMB is the premier forum for the presentation and discussion of new research results and advances in the field of Magnetic Bearings. The scope of the meeting includes:
- Active magnetic bearings (AMB)
- Passive magnetic bearings (PMB)
- Hybrid bearing systems
- Bearingless drives
- Smart bearings
- Industrial applications
- Sensors and sensorless techniques
- Back up / Touch down bearings
- Power electronics for magnetic bearings
- Modeling, simulation, design and verification
- Advanced control
- Rotor dynamics
- Fault detection and diagnosis
- Safety and reliability aspects
- Components and materials
More information is available at http://ismb14.magneticbearings.org/.
About Calnetix Technologies
Calnetix Technologies, LLC ("Calnetix"), headquartered in Cerritos, CA, is focused on Innovation That Drives Industries™. The company specializes in high-performance, high-speed motor generators and best-in-class advanced magnetic bearings and control systems. Calnetix's patented, underlying technologies, which have been in use since the company's inception in 1998, have made Calnetix a world leader in the design and production of high-speed machines. The company's overall technology portfolio and system integration capabilities have led to development and production contracts with industry leaders and the start of many successful subsidiaries that focus on unique niche markets. For more information, please visit www.calnetix.com.
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