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Study on the Design of a Rotary-type LSM and Test Equipment for Design Verification of LSM for Ultra-high-speed Train

초고속열차용 LSM 설계 검증을 위한 회전형 구조의 LSM 및 시험기 설계 연구

  • Park, Chan-Bae (Department of Railroad Operation System Engineering, Korea National University of Transportation)
  • Received : 2017.03.06
  • Accepted : 2017.03.27
  • Published : 2017.04.30

Abstract

A very long test track is required for high-speed operation test of the real-scale Linear Synchronous Motor (LSM) for ultra-high-speed trains. The required length results in huge construction cost and economic loss if any error occurs during development. Therefore, validation study of the LSM design technology using a low-cost small-scale model must be carried out in the early research stages. It is possible to deduce an optimal winding method for the armature and determine the mechanical properties of the LSM through a performance tester that applies a rotary-type small-scale LSM model. In addition, it is possible to utilize previous research on LSM control systems. Therefore, a basic design model, comprising a rotary-type LSM tester that meets the requirements for the propulsion of 600km/h-class ultra-high-speed trains, is derived in this study. Finally, an optimal model, which has a stable structure under the condition of 1500rpm or more high-speed rotation, is derived by electromagnetic and mechanical stiffness analysis.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한국연구재단, 한국교통대학교

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