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A linear induction motor control system for magnetically levitated carrier system

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An electromagnetic suspension system has been developed that cuts off electric power-collecting devices from a magnetically levitated vehicle. This system makes it possible to transport materials with no mechanical contact at all between the vehicle and ground facilities. A control system for linear induction motors used in the magnetically levitated carrier system is described. The system was developed to transport materials in an environment which must be kept free from even microscopic dust motes and trivial noise. The linear induction motor control method used for positioning a vehicle at the station is described along with several kinds of switches without any mechanical motion in the ground facilities. A supervisory control system for the magnetically levitated carrier system is also discussed

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Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 2 )