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SimpleSolenoid

Simple network model of a lifting magnet with planar armature end face

Information
CONNECTORS
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NameTypeDescription
pPositivePinElectrical connector
nNegativePinElectrical connector
flangeFlange_bFlange of component
PARAMETERS
NameTypeDefault ValueDescription
RResistance10Armature coil resistance
NReal957Number of turns
r_yokeOutRadius0.015Outer yoke radius
r_yokeInRadius0.0135Inner yoke radius
l_yokeLength0.035Axial yoke length
t_yokeBotLength0.0035Axial thickness of yoke bottom
l_poleLength0.0065Axial length of pole
t_poleBotLength0.0035Axial thickness of bottom at pole side
t_airParLength0.00065Radial thickness of parasitic air gap due to slide guiding
materialBaseDataModelica.Magnetic.FluxTubes.Material.SoftMagnetic.Steel.Steel_9SMnPb28()Ferromagnetic material characteristics
r_armRadius0.005Armature radius = pole radius
l_armLength0.026Armature length
cTranslationalSpringConstant100000000000.0Spring stiffness between impact partners
dTranslationalDampingConstant400Damping coefficient between impact partners
x_minPosition0.00025Stopper at minimum armature position
x_maxPosition0.005Stopper at maximum armature position
rho_steelDensity7853Density for calculation of armature mass from geometry
USED IN EXAMPLES
Modelica.Magnetic.FluxTubes.Examples.SolenoidActuator.ComparisonQuasiStationary
Slow forced armature motion of both solenoid models so that electromagnetic field and current are quasi-stationary
Modelica.Magnetic.FluxTubes.Examples.SolenoidActuator.ComparisonPullInStroke
Pull-in stroke of both solenoid models after a voltage step at time t=0