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Analysis of Electromagnetic Wave Absorbers for Applying Magnetic Levitation
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Analysis of Electromagnetic Wave Absorbers for Applying Magnetic Levitation
Seo, Yong-beom; Kang, Hyun-il;
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EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) of the electrical railway must be ensured for safety of passenger. Maglev trains has not friction between the wheels and the rails because levitation by an permanent magnets, electromagnets and superconducting magnets etc. So, it is advantageous to maintain a high speed without noise and vibrations. In this paper, we investigated that the magnetic field of the before and after installation electromagnetic waves absorber in order to analyze the effects of electromagnetic waves. The theoretical analysis of the electromagnetic wave absorber was simulated using finite element method. The magnetic field properties of electromagnetic waves absorber were measured by EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference) test receiver.
EMC;EMI;Maglev train;Electromagnetic waves absorber;IEC;
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