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A Study on Multi-Physics Analysis of High-Resolution Winding Type Resolver and Rotary Transformer
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A Study on Multi-Physics Analysis of High-Resolution Winding Type Resolver and Rotary Transformer
Shin, Young-Chul; Kim, Ki-Chan;
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 Abstract
This paper describes a multi-physics analysis of a high resolution winding type resolver and rotary transformer using FEM (Finite Element Method). The rotary transformer boosts the input voltage to a high voltage which can be input into the rotor windings of the resolver. Through multi-physics models of the transformer and resolver, the characteristics of the output signals for the resolver system with high resolution can be derived. Moreover, the circuit model of the interface part between the transformer and resolver should be considered, because of the calculation of the input current to the resolver. The winding type resolver is composed of 32x and 1x stator windings for high resolution. Then, the output signals of the stator windings, which make sinusoidal SIN and COS waves with a phase difference, are verified.
 Keywords
Finite-Element Method;Multi-Physics;Transformer;Winding Type Resolver;
 Language
Korean
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