The use of magnetic gear systems is witnessing a substantial spread throughout various fields and applications. Users prefer MG for their numerous advantages compared to traditional mechanical gears. Furthermore, numerical simulation contributes to the design and creation of innovative, robust, and efficient magnetic gears. Both 2D and 3D FE analyses can be used in earlier stages to predict magnetic results like magnetic flux density, force, torque, etc

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PERMANENT MAGNETS GEAR SYSTEM: 2D AND 3D ELECTROMAGNETIC SIMULATION INSIDE SOLIDWORKS

The use of magnetic gear systems is witnessing a substantial spread throughout various fields and applications. Users prefer MG for their numerous advantages compared to traditional mechanical gears. Furthermore, numerical simulation contributes to the design and creation of innovative, robust, and efficient magnetic gears. Both 2D and 3D FE analyses can be used in earlier stages to predict magnetic results like magnetic flux density, force, torque, etc

In this article, a coaxial magnetic gear system proposed in Figure is studied. Since the studied model geometry has a planar symmetry, both 2D and 3D simulations are performed using EMWorks2D and EMS, successively. 2D Torque results will be compared to published data. A comparison of 2D and 3D results will be established at the end of this article. More Details

 
   

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