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Magnetic levitation is a method by which an object is suspended in the air with no support other than magnetic fields. The fields are used to reverse or counteract the gravitational pull and any other counter accelerations. It is a highly advanced technology and has various uses. The common point in all applications is the lack of contact and thus no wear and friction. This increases efficiency, reduces maintenance costs, and increases the product lifespan.

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Eddy current brakes are based on the braking torques (forces) generated by induced Eddy Currents inside an electrical conductor by electromagnetic induction. Stationary electric conductor immerged inside a time-varying magnetic flux and/ or a moving electrical conductor inside a static magnetic flux will lead to the creation of eddy currents in this conductor.

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Electric motors are becoming increasingly used in industrial applications. They offer a high efficiency, high power factor and a wide speed range. The spoke type motor is one of the common electric motor types presented in the market today. Spoke type motors use a compact permanent magnets structure, arranged in spokes for a better torque generation [1]. With the adequate material selection, the spoke type motors have the highest torque density architecture among the permanent magnet motor types, provided they are cost-effectively manufactured and especially effectively cooled [1].

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In this application, a 2D model of high-power busbars is analyzed using EMWorks2D inside SOLIDWORKS. Transient electromagnetic simulations are performed to compute the different busbars parameters including magnetic field, eddy currents, proximity effects, electromagnetic losses, etc.

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Battery and electric motor are the main keys of any zero-gas emissions vehicle. Hence, engineers, researchers and labs are working to design and develop more reliable products that could meet any user requirements

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Permanent Magnet Synchronous machines (PMSMs) are widely used in traction applications and electric vehicles, where steady-state operation, high efficiency, and torque density are needed, such as Toyota Prius, etc.

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In this application note, two external magnetic gear systems with parallel axes will be studied [1],[2]. The analyzed magnetic gears are made of two different shapes: radial and parallelepiped permanent magnets.

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Linear actuators have many applications ranging from domestic to industrial. Their role consists of converting many forms of energy such as electrical energy, hydraulic energy etc to a mechanical linear motion.

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Magnetic gears (MG) which achieve contactless power transmission are increasingly attracting the interest of industry. Traditional mechanical gears suffer from several weaknesses: friction losses, lubrication issues, heat, vibration and noise. Magnetic gears are therefore developed to overcome the issues accompanying the use of traditional mechanical ones.

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In this paper, an FEM simulation of brushless DC motor using EMWorks2D is established. The model is created using MotorWizard inside SOLIDWORKS. Magnetic flux and Torque results are generated verus rotor angle.

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Gears and gearboxes are used to vary the speed and torque transmission in several applications.

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A switched reluctance motor (SRM) is a rotating electric machine where both stator and rotor have salient poles (Figure 1). The stator winding comprises a set of coils, each of which is wound on one pole.

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Electromagnetic actuators are electromechanical components used to convert electrical power to a mechanical motion. they cover translational and rotational motion. DC actuators are generally composed of permanent magnets, solenoids and ferromagnetic parts.

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Magnetic actuators use electromagnetic fields to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. Depending on the motion whether it is translation or rotation, actuators are classified on two main categories which are linear and rotary actuators.

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