The principles of the stepping motors which are often used in servomechanisms are reviewed. Variable reluctance as well as permanent magnet stepping motors are considered. Their operation is explained which includes permanent rotation, starting, stopping, and resonance effects. Several application examples, drawn from problems in automation, are outlined.
Final Report Centre Technique des Industries Mecaniques
- Pub Date:
- April 1982
- Design Analysis;
- Stepping Motors;
- Technology Assessment;
- Electronics and Electrical Engineering