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Autors: Mateev, V. M., Marinova, I. Y.
Title: Magnetic elastomer sensor for dynamic torque measurements in magnetic gears
Keywords: Experimental test, High rotational speed, Magnetic elastomers, Magnetic field amplitudes, Mechatronic systems, Microprocessor units, Precise measurements, Sensor implementation

Abstract: In this paper is proposed a dynamic torque sensor for precise measurement of torque changes at high rotational speeds. Sensor is based on magnetic elastomer material deformation and corresponding change in magnetic field amplitude and direction. Proposed sensor design is simple and acquire reliable readings for a wide range of rotational speeds. Sensor construction consists of magnetic elastomer coating with nanoparticles which is used for a sensing convertor, magneto-resistive linear field sensor, microprocessor unit for calibration and control. Numerical and experimental test results are demonstrated and analyzed. Sensor implementation aims magnetic gear mechatronic system specific requirements

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Issue
13th International Conference on Sensing Technology,Proceedings of the International Conference on Sensing Technology, ICST, vol. ICST 2019, issue 13, pp. Article number 9047694, 2019, Australia, IEEE Computer Society, DOI 10.1109/ICST46873.2019.9047694

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