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Although they are replaced by adjustable AC drives in many applications, they are still used in some low power and cost effective applications. AC motors use alternating current or voltage as source while DC motors use DC voltage source to supply the windings. Nonetheless, they are very brittle and both the raw material cost and the production cost are quite high compared to other types of magnets.

Their long operating lives, noise-free operations and high speed ranges are some of the advantages of brushless servomotors. Variable reluctance motors are also frequently used in the industry and robotics. The fact that the rotor windings are present makes the induction motors less efficient and creates cooling problems of the rotor.

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During this period, the motor can deliver higher torque for a short time to handle cases such as motor overload, start-up etc.

Ferrite magnets, also called ceramic magnets, are one of the cheapest magnets manufactured in industry. The stator structure is slotted and formed servmootores the laminated magnetic steel.

The lack of slip rings and rotor windings as well servomotorws high power density, high efficiency and small size make these motors very attractive in the industrial and servo applications. There are two types of PM servomotor alternatives: The main reason why DC drives faded away over the last decade is that they require converters and maintenance, not to mention their lower torque densities compared to AC motors.


Their working temperatures can go up to degrees. The oldest type of electric motor, wound field DC motor, was the most popular motor for years and easiest for speed control. Induction motors are also one of the most widely used motors in AC drive applications.

Discovery of these strong magnets have changed the future of permanent magnet motor technology as well as servomotors and the magnetic field can be increased to 1. Classification of these two motor types is explained in Table 1. Rated torque TR and maximum torque Tmax.

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These motors are called permanent magnet motors which can be supplied by sinusoidal or trapezoidal currents. The raw material is so abundant that it is found in numerous applications.

One type is induction motors where rotor magnetic field servomotors generated by electromagnetic induction principles and the other is synchronous motors where the magnetic field is generated by either field winding excitation or permanent magnets. PM motors are also classified based on the flux density distribution and the shape of the current excitation. They are called slotted motors if they do have slots and called non-slotted or slotless motors if they do not have any slot structures.

They have very high intrinsic coercive force Hci and therefore, they are very difficult to demagnetize. Classification of permanent magnet motors based on their excitation and back EMF waveforms. The motor has a stator and a PM rotor.

On the other hand, during constant power region, the motor torque starts to drop but the power stays almost constant. These motors usually have considerable reluctance torque which arises from the fact that the use of flux concentration in the iron core introduces a position dependent inductance and hence reluctance torque that can be beneficial in certain cases. A brief comparison of different magnets used in PM motors is illustrated in Table servomotkres.


Majority of them are small fractional HP motors use in household appliances.

The use of surface mounted PM motors increases the amount of PM material per pole used in the motor. One of the biggest advantages of such magnets is that they provide very high MEP compared to Alnicos and Ferrites. NdFeB magnets have higher flux density levels up to 1. High quality materials with high saturation and low loss levels are used in high performance and high speed applications while thick and high loss materials are used in low speed and cost effective applications.

One important property of permanent magnets is the maximum energy product MEP which is the multiplication of residual flux density Br and coercive force Hr. However, they can be demagnetized very easily.

For instance, surface magnet aposrila has very simple rotor structure with fairly small speed limits. Buried or interior PM motors have wide speed ranges but their rotor is more complex than both surface magnet and inset PM rotors.

The rare earth magnets are the most common magnet materials used in PM servomotors and the table clearly shows significant benefits of such magnets.

Brushless DC Motors motor de passo sem escovas. This is made on the basis of back-EMF waveforms. This big improvement in high MEP is made possible by the high coercive force.

One advantage of Alnico magnets is that they have a high residual flux density Br.