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Electromagnetic Clutch - How It Works | KEB
Electromagnetic clutches operate electrically but transmit torque mechanically. This is why they used to be referred to as electro-mechanical clutches. Over the years, EM became known as electromagnetic versus electro-mechanical, referring more about their actuation method versus physical operation. Since the clutches started becoming popular over 60 years ago, the variety of applications and clutch designs has increased dramatically, but the basic operation remains the same today. Electromagnetic clutches are most suitable for remote operation since no mechanical linkages are required to control their engagement, providing fast, smooth operation. However, because the activation energy dissipates as heat in the electromagnetic actuator when the clutch is engaged, there is a risk of overheating.
Electromagnetic Clutch – How It Works
Focusing on the high poitr consumption and slow dynamic response of the electromagnetic clutch in the tufted carpet jacquard system, this paper proposes an improved control method. Firstly, the numerical relationship betiten electromagnetic force, gap size and current are analyzed through the finite element method, and the relationship surface is described. Then the math model of the electromagnetic clutch is constructed and the circuit current variation is solved.
This project revels the manufacturing of Electro Magnetic Clutch. In place of Engine, shaft is directly attached to variance variable motor and clutch disc as well as pressure plate is used, in between them friction material called "Asbestos" used to grip between the pressure plate and clutch plate. This project shows, experimental analysis of Electro magnetic clutch, and at last at which speed clutch engage as well as disengage is measured and when clutch disengage, at that time speed of flywheel is also measured. Hence it is inserted between the flywheel as well as gear box. It is consists of main important parts like clutch plate, pressure plate, friction disc, operating lever etc.