OPTIMISATION OF A DRIVE SYSTEM AND ITS EPICYCLIC GEAR SET

Abstract : This paper describes the design of a drive consisting of a DC motor, a speed reducer, a lead screw transformation system, a power converter and its associated DC source. The objective is to reduce the mass of the system. Indeed, the volume and weight optimisation of an electrical drive is an important issue for embedded applications. Here, we present an analytical model of the system in a specific application and afterwards an optimisation of the motor and speed reducer main dimensions and the battery voltage in order to reduce the weight.
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Nicolas Bellegarde, Philippe Dessante, Pierre Vidal, Jean-Claude Vannier. OPTIMISATION OF A DRIVE SYSTEM AND ITS EPICYCLIC GEAR SET. ISEF 2007 - XIII International Symposium on Electromagnetic Fields in Mechatronics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Sep 2007, Prague, Czech Republic. pp.1-6. ⟨hal-00222777⟩

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