Motor Modeling Based on Physical Effect Models
IEEE International Workshop on Behavioral Modeling and Simulation (BMAS) Santa Rosa, California, USA
D.Dammers, P.Binet, G.Pelz, L.M.Voßkämper

Abstract

Modeling of complex electromechanical systems can be simplified by dividing the mechanical part of the system into basic physical effects. These basic physical effects have been used for microsystem modeling and – as shown in this paper – can also be used in modeling electro-mechanics of macro scale. The reuse of these models from a library of basic effects in other systems saves time and money. This is illustrated through the example of a hard disk drive’s electro- mechanics, i.e. spindle motor and voice coil motor…

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