In order to achieve high area density of HDD to 10Tbit/in2, both radial and axial direction Repeatable Run-Out (RRO) and None repeatable Run-Out (NRRO) of spindle motor in HDD should be significantly reduced. That means the high performance spindle motor is need. Currently, the spindle motor used in HDD uses a rotating shaft FDB which structure likes slender cantilever beam to support the rotor and the problem of this kind of structure is reported in . This structure cannot meet HDD high TPI requirements and should be replaced by the fixed shaft FDB spindle motor and the analytical model is shown in Fig. 1. Moreover, different types of Unbalance Magnetic Pull (UMP) of the Spindle motor and induced vibration should be fully studied. In order to fully understand motor vibration behavior, a thorough theoretical derivation of motor dynamics should be carried out as they can disclose clearly the global performance of the motor. Generally, four types of UMP reported in – can generate the motor lateral and axis vibration and produce motor acoustic noise. Researchers have studied vibration and acoustic signals in recent years–. In this paper, the PMSM mathematic model has introduced and validated by 12 slots and 5 pole-pairs PM surface mounting Synchronous motor M1 simulation case study. This type of Permanent Magnetic Synchronous motor (PMSM) is using in many applications, e.g.
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Analytical and Numerical Study Rotor Faults in PM Synchronous Motor
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Yu, Y, Bi, C, Jiang, Q, Lin, S, Hla, PN, Aung, NLH, & Mamun, AA. "Analytical and Numerical Study Rotor Faults in PM Synchronous Motor." Proceedings of the ASME 2013 Conference on Information Storage and Processing Systems. ASME 2013 Conference on Information Storage and Processing Systems. Santa Clara, California, USA. June 24–25, 2013. V001T05A002. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/ISPS2013-2857
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