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Study on the Development of Noncontact Vibration Exciter for Thin Plates Using Magnetism
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Study on the Development of Noncontact Vibration Exciter for Thin Plates Using Magnetism
Hur, Kwan-Do; Son, In-Soo;
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The noncontact vibration exciter system using the electro-magnet for a thin plate is studied in this paper. Based on the Euler-Bernoulli beam theory, the equation of motion of thin plate is derived. The main purpose of this experiment is to match the input-frequency and response frequency of thin plate. The test equipment is configured to vibrate on both sides of the thin plate using the electro-magnet. Two frequencies(input frequency and response frequency) in our experiments show very good agreement. This study results will contribute to basic investigate of an alternative air-knife system for the steel industry.
Noncontact Vibration Exciter;Thin Plates;Magnetism;Forced Vibration;Micom;
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