RTU Research Information System
Latviešu English

Publikācija: 3d Printed Vibrotactile Actuator with Permanent Magnet and Additional Inductance

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in conference proceedings indexed in SCOPUS or WOS database
Funding for basic activity Research project
Defending: ,
Publication language English (en)
Title in original language 3d Printed Vibrotactile Actuator with Permanent Magnet and Additional Inductance
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Authors Maksims Vorobjovs
Iļja Galkins
Keywords Permanent magnet machines, Vibro-tactile devices, voice-coil motors, haptics devices, prosthetics
Abstract In the world is about one billion of disabled people. About one third of these people are people with mobility or movements impairments. For most part of people, high precision prosthetic devices with neural control and feedback are very expensive. Almost all average price prosthetic devices have visual feedback system, which loads user vision. To solve these two problems decided develop prosthetic devices with vibration feedback system. Vibration motors must work in wide range of frequency spectrum and produce controlled intensity in every frequency point. In this paper described 3d printed permanent magnet voice coil motor VCM with additional inductors and without them. As main parameter for comparison frequency-acceleration dependence. As result extended additional inductors strongly affect the acceleration at low currents.
DOI: 10.1109/IECON.2017.8217523
Hyperlink: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8217523/ 
Reference Vorobjovs, M., Galkins, I. 3d Printed Vibrotactile Actuator with Permanent Magnet and Additional Inductance. In: IECON 2017 - 43rd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society: Proceedings, China, Beijing, 29 Oct-1 Nov., 2017. Piscataway: IEEE, 2017, pp.8671-8674. ISBN 978-1-5386-1128-9. e-ISBN 978-1-5386-1127-2. Available from: doi:10.1109/IECON.2017.8217523
Additional information Citation count:
  • Scopus  0
ID 26920